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Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 : Grouping and Changing the Order of Objects - Group and Ungroup Objects

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Two practical functions help you to work with objects on your slide. The grouping enables you to group several objects, such as the various objects which form a drawing or a logo, in a simple object. You can then work with this simple object to compose it, move, or give to the coast. Moreover, you could decide to have several objects on an overlapping of slide, for sparing space or to create an effect of design. In that case you should know how to control the order of objects on a page—that is, which object appears on top and which appears to be positioned underneath another.

Group and Ungroup Objects

  1. Click an object to select it.

  2. Press Ctrl, and then click on one or more other objects you want to group together.

    Group and Ungroup Objects
  3. Click the Drawing Tools, Format tab or Picture Tools, Format tab, depending on the type of object.

  4. Click the Group button, and choose Group.

    Group and Ungroup Objects
  5. To ungroup the objects, select the grouped object, click the Group button, and then click Ungroup.

    Group and Ungroup Objects

Tip

A grouped object has one outline surrounding all the objects and a single rotation handle. After objects are grouped, you can resize, move, rotate, and change the fill color of all objects at once.

Tip

To quickly select multiple objects on a slide, drag across them; a highlighted box surrounds the objects. Release your mouse, and all objects within the area you highlighted are selected (not including placeholders).

Change Object Order

  1. Click an object to select it.

  2. Click the Drawing Tools, Format tab or Picture Tools, Format tab, depending on the type of object you’re working with.

    Change Object Order
  3. Click the Bring Forward or Send Backward button to move the object one place forward or back in any series of objects it overlaps.

    Change Object Order

Tip

You can click the arrow on either the Bring Forward or Send Backward button and choose Bring to Front or Send to Back if you want to move an object all the way forward or backward in a stack of objects, rather than moving it one position at a time in the stack.

 
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