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Blender 3D 2.49 Architecture, Buildings, and Scenery by Allan Brito

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Groups

Groups aren't a modeling tool, but they help to organize complex models. The name says it all. With groups, we can gather a lot of objects and make them work as a single object. For instance, if we have a scene with a lot of chairs, instead of selecting each chair for editing, we can make a group of them and select it with a single mouse click.

We can use this example with some chair models to see how the grouping option works. There are two ways of dealing with groups; we have a keyboard shortcut, which is Ctrl + G, and a menu in the Object panel. With the shortcut, we can do almost everything, but with the menu we can manage all groups available in a scene.

How to create a group?

To create a group, we must select the objects that will ...

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