Word allows you to group multiple images as if they were a single object. In this way, it is possible to move, rotate, adjust the size and perform other formatting on all items in the group at once. The function is useful, for example, for those who usually use several forms close to each other to create illustrations or flowcharts in documents.
In the following tutorial, learn how to group objects in Word. The procedure was performed in Office 2016, but the tips are also valid for users of previous versions of the Microsoft text editor.
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Step 1. Select the objects you want to group. To do this, keep the "Ctrl" key pressed and click on the images;
Select the items you want to group Photo: Reproduo / Helito Bijora
Step 2. Now, access the "Format" tab and click on the right "Back" icon. In the menu that appears, select "Group";
Grouping selected objects Photo: Reproduo / Helito Bijora
Step 3. The images will become a single object. Note that when you click on any of them, they will all be selected. That way, you can rotate, change the size and move them all at once;
Grouped objects are joined Photo: Reproduction / Helito Bijora
Step 4. If you want to ungroup the images, return to the "Format" menu and press "Ungroup".
Ungrouping objects Photo: Reproduo / Helito Bijora
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