Note: Watch this short tutorial screencast or follow the quick steps below, that complement this video.
1. Select PowerPoint Group Objects
Let’s start off with these four images. Let’s say that I want to move them all in the same way. To do this, I hold the Control button on the keyboard and click on each of them so that we all have them selected at the same time. I right-click and choose Group.
2. Move Items in Selected Group
I click Off and then click Back on any of the images and the ones we group together and I’ve easily grabbed them all at the same time.
It’s easy to grab all the images at the same time. As they move up you’ll see that they’re all moving together exactly in the same way.
3. Resize a Group of PowerPoint Objects
Another option is that if you start to resize them down you’ll notice that they’re all scaling down proportionately. This keeps everything nice and neat and appropriately sized.
You can also group together text boxes or practically any combination of objects on a slide by right-clicking on them and following the group step on the menu (Step 1).
4. Ungroup Selected Items
Finally, in case you accidentally add something to a group that shouldn’t be there, simply right-click and choose Ungroup. That breaks apart the group and makes each object behave on its own once again.
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