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    drjabear
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    Form, Object Precendence

    Hi,
    I have two objects within a form where I would like one object to overlay another object, much like the function in Powerpoint that allows one to send an object to the background. I have looked in the properties of the object and have not been able to solve the issue. Where do I need to look in order to accomplish such a task.
    Thanks!

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    Re: Form, Object Precendence

    Extract from Help:
    <hr>Open the form in Design view. Click the control you want to move, and then click Send To Back or Bring To Front on the Format menu.

    Note A list box or subform is always at the top of the stack; you can't move a list box or subform to the bottom of a stack.<hr>

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    drjabear
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    Re: Form, Object Precendence

    Thanks for the help, I am embarassed I had such a hard time figuring this out! My brain is in slo mo today. Thanks again!

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    Re: Form, Object Precendence

    Happy to help.

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