Grouping and Ungrouping the Objects in MS-Word

Grouping objects means making more objects together into one object. Similarly, ungrouping objects means dividing the grouped objects as if they were a single object.

Benefits of Grouping the Objects:

Grouping two or more objects make them a single object. And if you resize the single-grouped objects, their placement will be evenly shared. If you select and resize objects manually, their placements will not be shared evenly.

Grouping and Ungrouping the Objects in MS Word:

Grouping and Ungrouping the Objects in MS-Word
Grouping and Ungrouping the Objects in MS-Word

Grouping the Objects in MS Word:

Grouping means making more objects together into one object to move, resize, and change their styles and effects as if they were a single object. 

Steps to follow in grouping the objects:

Go to the Insert tab

Then click on the Pictures, Shapes, Icons, or 3D Models in the Illustrations group.

Then insert the objects as much as you want by clicking on the Pictures, Shapes, Icons, or 3D Models, (In the case of a picture, you should position it to move freely)

Now the Format tab will open or go to the Layout tab (Format tab appears when only the Objects are in the selection)

Select all the objects that you have inserted (To select the objects, Press and hold down the Ctrl key, and then click on the multiple objects or go to the Home tab, then click on Select, and then click on the Select Objects, Now drag with the left mouse button over the objects)

In the Arrange group, click on the Group to show the Group and Ungroup commands

Then Select the Group

Now all the selected objects have been made together into one object.

Ungrouping the Objects in MS Word:

ungrouping means dividing the grouped objects as if they were a single object.

Steps to follow in ungrouping the objects:

Go to the Insert tab

Then click on the Pictures, Shapes, Icons, or 3D Models in the Illustrations group.

Then insert the objects as much as you want by clicking on the Pictures, Shapes, Icons, or 3D Models, (In the case of a picture, you should position it to move freely)

Now the Format tab will open or go to the Layout tab (Format tab appears when only the Objects are in the selection)

Select all the objects that you have inserted (To select the objects, Press and hold down the Ctrl key, and then click on the multiple objects or go to the Home tab, then click on Select, and then click on the Select Objects, Now drag with the left mouse button over the objects)

In the Arrange group, click on the Group to show the Group and Ungroup commands

Then Select the Group

Now all the selected objects have been made together into one object.

To ungroup or divide the objects, click on the Ungroup under the Group

Now the grouped objects are divided as if they were a single object.

What are the Benefits of Grouping the Objects in Microsoft Word?

Grouping two or more objects make them a single object. And if you resize the single-grouped objects, their placement will be evenly shared. If you select and resize objects manually, their placements will not be shared evenly.

What is Grouping or Ungrouping?

Grouping means making more objects together into one object. Similarly, ungrouping means dividing the grouped objects as if they were a single object.

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