Group, Ungroup, and Regroup Shapes in PowerPoint 2016 for Windows

Created: Friday, July 15, 2016, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 3:45 am



So what exactly does grouping mean? And what is ungrouping and regrouping going to do further? The moment you select a slide object such as a shape on a PowerPoint slide, you will see some selection handles — this indicates that the shape is selected. Select another shape while the first one is still selected and you see two sets of selection handles. If you need to similarly select many shapes on a slide fairly often, this sort of selection may become cumbersome — and waste so much time. In that case, it’s best you select all the shapes you need to work with, and then combine them into one “group” of shapes.

Learn how to group, ungroup, and regroup shapes in PowerPoint 2016.

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