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Group Objects to Edit Multiple Objects At Once

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In the main lesson, you moved objects in your infographic one at a time.

In this extension, you will select several items to create a group.

Grouping objects allows you to rotate, flip, move, or resize multiple objects at the same time as if they were one object.

This is useful when you want to apply the same changes to many objects at once, or if you want to move several objects the same distance while keeping the spacing the same.

For example, you might want to move multiple items in your infographic to add a new fact or add information to the middle of your graphic.

To begin, select two or more icons or text boxes that you want to group together.

Hold down the shift or command key and click on two or more objects to select them at the same time.

Then group them.

And move or edit the grouped objects.

To edit the items separately again, ungroup them.

Grouping and ungrouping can save you a lot of time and effort.

When you want to apply the same changes to multiple objects, try grouping.

Now, it’s your turn: Select multiple icons or text boxes, and group them, Move or edit the objects as one group, And ungroup the objects when you are finished.

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Download Your Infographic as a File
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