Check the Runaround Property for the graphic (select it and
right-click) to make sure that there isn't a runaround set....

Also, each graphic item you add is likely to be on it's own layer, so
you may want to select all of them (maybe omitting the background
graphic) and Group them.

Art

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On Mon, Feb 9, 2009 at 3:04 PM, Nancy Allison <maker at verizon.net> wrote:
>
> Hi, everyone. New problem:
>
> I create an anchored frame and import a graphic into it.
>
> Using the Text Frame tool in the Graphics toolbar, I create callouts.
>
> They work fine as long as they are positioned on top of the imported
> graphic.
>
> However, if they are above the graphic, but still inside the anchored
> frame, the text inside the text frame disappears. It behaves as if it
> were pushed below the edge of the text frame by a set of forced returns,
> but there aren't any.
>
> As soon as I move the text frame back on top of the imported image (a
> bitmap, if it matters), the callout text reappears in the text frame.
>
> What's going on? How do I make it stop?
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