Learn PowerPoint: Grouping Slide Objects

Created: Monday, April 6, 2009, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 5:07 am



When you have many (or more than one) slide objects on a slide that you want to manipulate in the same way, you might want to consider grouping them. Grouping can be helpful in the several scenarios: You want to animate several slide objects at the same time as a single object, or you have too many objects on the slide, and want them all grouped so that you don’t have to select them individually all the time, or maybe you just like to have all objects on your slide organized.

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