For example, suppose you use an image in a PowerPoint presentation that you want to associate with a description, a caption, or an artist credit. You also want to make sure that the image follows text when you move it later. By using PowerPoint's grouping feature, you can easily anchor images with text.
Using PowerPoint's Grouping Feature
When you use PowerPoint's grouping feature, you essentially use multiple individual objects, be they images, SmartArt, text, and so on, turning them into a single object. This will allow you to move, format, or resize all these objects as if they were one. This is also useful if you intend to use this content in future presentations because you can save the grouped object as an image for future use.
Open your presentation and paste the image you want to label. In this example we use the how-to-geek logo.
Here's a little bit of fun about the how-to-geek logo – it's from "The Geek. "If The Geek has a special guest appearance in a presentation, it may be useful to include that information in the presentation. We'll do that now.
First go to the "Insert" tab.
tab In the Text group, select the top half of "Text Box." Lets you draw a horizontal text box.
Hover your mouse over the PowerPoint slide. You will notice that the cursor has changed. You just have to click and drag to draw the text box.
Now enter the description of the image. In this case we write "The Geek".
You can also see from the screenshot above that the text is a single object, since it is not currently an object with something grouped. Let's change that.
Continue and align the text to the image exactly as you want it. When done, select both objects. To do this, hold down the Ctrl key and click on the individual objects one after the other.
On the Home tab, click the Arrange button.
 A drop-down menu appears. In the Group Objects section, select Group.
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Use this function to correct your images Credits and Descriptions.