> If anyone is back at work yet - how can I get rid of a graphic I have 
'sent to back'. 
> In this case it is only a circle. I have looked up help and couldn't 
find anything.

A graphic exists in a context.  On a page, the context is the page's 
border, so that the 
graphic is in a z-ordinate or list from front to back with everything else 
on that page.
In an anchored frame, the graphic is in a front-to-back list with 
everything else in the 
anchored frame.

Save a back up of the file.

Ctrl-click each item that lies in front of the graphic item. Cut them to 
the clipboard.
Click on the unwanted graphic and delete it.  Select the context: in a 
page, click in the 
margin outside the text frame, in an anchored frame, Ctrl-click the 

It is important to  select the context at this point because the x-y 
coordinates of the items 
on the clipboard are preserved and applied to position them in their 
original locations 
provided they are pasted back into the context whence they were cut.

Now paste from the clipboard.

Hope this helps, 

Hedley Finger
Technical Communications Tools & Processes Specialist
MYOB Australia <http://myob.com/au>
P.O. box 371   Blackburn VIC 3130   Australia
12 Wesley Court   Tally Ho Business Park   East Burwood VIC 3151 Australia
Tel. +61 3 9222 9992 x 7421,   Mob. (cell) +61 412 461 558

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