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Shapes II: Expertly position, stack, and group shapes

Test yourself

Complete the following test so you can be sure you understand the material. Your answers are private, and test results are not scored.


Which of the following is a reason why you would group shapes together?

To move or resize several shapes as one.

To make particular changes to each shape on the page.

To connect several shapes with arrows.

To save shapes for later use.

True or False: Every shape in Visio is actually a group.

True

False

What's the fastest way to change one shape within a group?

Click the group, and then click the one shape you want to change.

Right-click the group, and then click Subselect. After that, click the one shape you need.

Right-click the group, and then click the one shape you want to change

Click the group, press CTRL, and then click the one shape you want to change.

Which of the following is a reason why you would ungroup shapes?

You need to make a simple change to one shape within the group.

You need to add text to the group.

You need to connect the group of shapes with a line.

You need to move one shape independently from the others in the group.

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