Group Element  
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Represents a grouping of related header elements into a logical subsystem or component. Groups may be nested within other groups.  

Groups are not lifelined and thus cannot send/receive messages or host state, action, block, or timer elements.  
To create a group:  
·Select the header elements that are part of the group  
·Invoke the Group command (Diagram | Group)  
Header elements can also be moved in and out of groups using drag & drop or cut & paste.  
Group elements can be added or modified using the Group Input Form:  
TIP: Pressing the Esc key will clear the contents of the input form and return the focus to the Type combo box. You can then select the type of element you want to add from the dropdown or by typing the first few letters of the desired selection.  
Text for the group (displayed above the grouped elements)
Documentation for the group (not displayed in diagram)
See Also  
Moving the Insertion Position | Working with the Input Form | Sequence Diagram Elements | Modifying Existing Elements | Diagram View | Sample Diagram | Diagram Tasks | Moving/Copying Elements Using Drag & Drop | Moving/Copying Elements Using Cut & Paste | Grouping Header Elements | Ungrouping Header Elements  

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