Selecting and grouping multiple objects


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Selecting and grouping multiple objects

When working with multiple objects that are combined to create the look of a single object, it may be helpful if you can take those multiple objects and combine them into one, so you can work with it, like a single object. Here is what I mean. We are going to continue to work with our catalogue here, and we are going to focus on page 1 in the top-left corner. As we hover over the graphic, you can see there is a character in the middle, the letter M, and down below, as we move around, you see the border around the outside of the graphic. Let's zoom into that. We'll just quick either one of those objects, and use our Zoom slider Plus sign to zoom right in, where we can get a good look.

I am going to go all the way up to 200%. Now when we click just behind the M, you can see that's a separate object that can be manipulated. So, for example, if we accidentally clicked and drag, you can see now the M is not centered anymore. Ctrl+Z will get us back. So to avoid moving a part of this obj...

Selecting and grouping multiple objects
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