When elements are overlapping, even partially, you can define the rendering priority by acting on two specific commands found inside the element settings
By modifying the priority order, you can define the rendering order. For example, if two text elements are partially overlapping, you will be able to define which of the two has the higher priority in the overlapping area, so that it will be completely visible and partially covering the one with the lower priority.
To modify the rendering order proceed as follows:
Select the element you want to change the rendering priority of.
Select the Element settings menu, or act on the commands available in the toolbar.
Select the Bring to front
command to give the element a higher priority or select the Send to back
command to give the element a lower priority.
Page elements have a higher priority than label elements
by default. Page element rendering priority is modified in relation to other page elements.
If you wish to place a page element behind label elements, you need to set the Behind labels
option in the Pagination
tab of the
page element dialog box.