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PPT 2013 and treating multiple objects as a single object

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IN PPT 2013, I have a drawing of three objects, something like


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What I want to do is to Select all three objects,

THEN I want to somehow treat them as a single object or picture, so
that I can enlarge and contract the picture at will, causing all
three objects to simultaneously enlarge and contract

How can I do this

What path should I take

Thanks
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Question by:Anthony Lucia
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Shift+clicking them will allow you to select them all one by one, then right click and select "Group".
This will turn the selection into a group that you can resize/rotate as if it was a single object.

HTH,
Dan
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