CuteDraw 2.0 Help System
Grouping and Copying Shapes
You can group shapes so that they function as a unit. It's useful to group shapes if you regularly use them together. For example, if you create a logo for your company that is composed of several separate shapes, grouping the shapes lets you treat them as one shape and add that grouped shape to other drawings. You can group any combination of CuteDraw shapes, shapes you draw yourself, other groups, and objects from other programs.
Some CuteDraw shapes such as this tablet computer are already groups―sets of shapes grouped to form a single shape.
You can manipulate entire groups or individual shapes within groups. (Manipulating includes resizing, formatting, moving, rotating, flipping, grouping, deleting and copying.)
To select a group, click one of the shapes in the group. The group's rectangular border appears. Then click any shape inside the group to select that shape.
The sub shapes and group shape will be selected in order when you click the shapes in the group.
You can press CTRL to select multiple shapes in groups.
Read also Selecting a Shape or Multiple Shapes.