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Keynote for iPad - Grouping Objects??


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Hi,

A problem I keep coming up against is how to group a number of objects on a slide together. Probably very simple, but I just cant figure it out. Also, why is it that when you import Powerpoint or Kieynote OSX presentations onto the iPad, grouped objects are automatically seperated?

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Greg
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