It sounds as if you haven't grouped all the objects and set the
runaround properties for the group...
If the graphic objects are not grouped, each may have its own
properties and those may be in conflict with the underlying PNG.

Art

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On Wed, May 27, 2009 at 4:10 PM, Nancy Allison <maker at verizon.net> wrote:
>
> I have a .png imported into an anchored frame. Its runaround properties are 
> set to "Do not run around."
>
> On top of the png are arrows and callouts in text boxes. (Not optimal, I 
> know, but this document is not going to be translated.)
>
> I draw the arrows using the Graphics Tools, and insert a text frame that 
> should sit horizontally on the horizontal shaft of the arrow. I type the text 
> into the text frame; however, when I move the text frame into position over 
> the arrow, the text disappears.
>
> What's going on? Thanks!
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