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Press and hold Ctrl while you click the shapes, pictures, or other objects to group. 2. Then right click and select Group. By doing this, we can group shapes, pictures, or other objects at the same time as though they were a single shape or object.
Right click on the picture and select "Wrap Text". If it is set to "In Line with Text" you cannot group it with a text box. However, if you set it to "Tight", you can now Group Pictures and Text Box. Now you can reset the Grouped item to "In Line with Text" if you want.
You cannot apply the Group command to a selection that contains a placeholder unless all the elements are placeholders. We could group the text boxes together, because they are both placeholders, but as soon as we introduced an element that wasn't a placeholder too the image the group option disappeared.
Right-click on the text box. Word displays a Context menu. Choose the Format Text Box from the Context menu. Word displays the Format Text Box dialog box. Click on the Text Box tab. (See Figure 1.) Click on Convert to Frame. Click on OK.
Hold the Shift (or Ctrl) key and click the objects you want to group. Click the Group command on the Format tab, then select Group. The selected objects will now be grouped. There will be a single box with sizing handles around the entire group so you can move or resize all of the objects at the same time.
Press and hold command while you use the mouse or touchpad to select the shapes, pictures, or other objects that you want to group. Click the Shape Format tab or the Picture Format tab, and then click Group > Group.
Select the items you want to group by clicking and holding the "Ctrl" key. Right-click in the canvas and select "Grouping" and "Group."
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