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Layering Graphics

You might have already noticed that after you draw several images and move them around, a graphic image ends up covering another one. This can be an advantage. For example, you could layer a text box and an arrow on top of a scanned photo. Other images or filled shapes, however, are opaque and might cover up something you want the reader to see.

Think of your document as a flat table, and each time you create a graphic image, you lay it down on the table. Sometimes, however, you want to change the order of the objects you have laid down.


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