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Press and hold CTRL while you select the shapes, pictures, or objects that you want to group. , and then click Group. If you do not see the Drawing Tools or Picture Tools tabs, make sure that you selected a shape, picture, or other object. You might have to double-click the object to open the Format tab.
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.
Hold the Shift (or Ctrl) key and click the objects you want to group. Selecting multiple objects. From the Format tab, click the Group command and select Group. Grouping objects. The selected objects will now be grouped.
Click on a shape, hold down the Shift key, and click the picture. This time, you will be able to select it. Repeat for all other shapes and pictures you want to add to the group. Once they've all been selected, right-click one of the selected items and select 'Group>Group' from the context menu.
Click on the Picture Position tab. Under both the Horizontal and Vertical selections, select Absolute Position, and pick "Page" from the drop-down menu at the right. Also, click on the checkbox that says "Lock anchor." Now, your pictures won't move around the page.
Place the image in your document. Right-click the image to display a Context menu. If you are using Word 2007 choose Text Wrapping | More Layout Options. Make sure the Text Wrapping tab is displayed. Click the Behind Text option. If you are using Word 2007 display the Picture Position tab.
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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.
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