Group / Ungroup objects in Powerpoint 2010
When working with PowerPoint, you might need to perform a set of actions on a group of objects. 'objects. PowerPoint allows you to group objects in a slide and apply the same action to all the objects simultaneously. This feature of PowerPoint is called bundling.
The following steps will help you group and ungroup objects -
Step 1 - Select a set of shapes or objects together. To select the objects, press the Ctrl key and select each object individually. If the objects are together, you can also click and drag the cursor to select them; however with click and drag anything that falls in the selected area will be selected.
Step 2 - Navigate to the Organize group under the Format ribbon.
Step 3 - Click on Group under the item Group menu - this will group objects and shapes into one object.
Step 4 - Apply any common changes you want to make to these objects.
Step 5 - Even though the objects are grouped, y You can still edit them individually if necessary.
Step 6 - If you want to change shapes or objects individually, go back to the Group menu item and select Ungroup .
Step 7 - After making changes, if you want to group the objects according to the original grouping, select one of the objects and use the Group in the Group menu.