How to work with text groups

Learn how to group your text objects. Group the text and save time on editing.

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Written by Karyn Green
Updated over a week ago

Grouped text is the best way to go. In 99% of all cases, you can do everything you need with it. However, sometimes you might want to create one or two independent text groups. That's why we made ungrouping possible.

Check below how to work with it!

Grouped text

By default, all text lines are grouped. The easiest way to select the whole group is to click on the timeline:

Group text lines to cut editing time

Grouped text can be moved at once:

Move your text groups easily; just click on it and drag it to any place in the project.

You also can control its style (size, decorations, font, etc.) without interacting with each line:

Change all group text at once

If you need, you can adjust the text line-by-line:

Even though your text is grouped, you can still change it line-by-line

Ungrouped text

Anytime, you can ungroup your text. To do this, select the group and click Ungroup:

ungroup the text in one click

After the text was ungrouped, each line will behave as an independent text block.

Each one can be used to create a new group by adding a line.

How to group text again

  1. Press and hold Shift.

  2. Select each line that you want to unite into one group.

  3. Click on the Group button.

Unite different text lines in one simple action

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