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Position a page element
view, at the bottom of the document window, click
Select the page element you want.
Specify the type of positioning you want.
To fix the position box at the insertion point — relative positioning — under
To enable the position box to be placed precisely on the page — absolute positioning — under
Specify any additional settings that are relevant to the position of the element.
(pixel: A single unit of measurement that your computer's display hardware uses to paint images on your screen. These units, which often appear as tiny dots, compose the pictures displayed by your screen.)
Location and size
, specify a value in the
, specify how you want the page elements to wrap around the position box.
To specify the z-order, which is the element's position in the layers of the page, specify a value in the
box. A positive value means that the element is in front of the main text-flow layer (layer 0), and a negative value means the item is behind it.