Z Order Elements
Z Order refers to the sequence in which elements are layered through the depth of the diagram; each element on the diagram has a specific Z-order number that - when elements overlap - determines which elements the selected element displays over and which under. You can move an element:
|·||One place further back, deeper into the diagram|
|·||One place further forward, towards the front of the diagram|
|·||To the bottom of the diagram (deeper in than all other elements in the diagram)|
|·||To the top of the diagram (further forward than all other elements in the diagram)|
Access Right-click on element | Z-Order
Select the appropriate option to reposition the selected element.
|·||This option enables you to change the Z order of a single element approximately in relation to the rest of the diagram; you can also select the Modify Z Order option from the diagram context menu, to review and adjust the Z Order of each element on the diagram precisely relative to each other element|
|·||On a diagram, you can move the focus from element to element according to Z Order, by pressing Shift+Tab; each time you press these keys, the element with the next-lowest Z Order number is selected|
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