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Behind/In Front Of

If you want to shift the selected object behind particular object, Corel draw provides the command called "Behind" in the order menu. Similarly, if you want to shift the selected object in front of particular object, Corel draw provides the command called "In Front Of" in the order menu.

1. Open Corel DRAW.

2. Draw rectangle using rectangle tool and fill it will red color. Draw another rectangle, which will overlap the part of the first rectangle and fill this rectangle with green color.

3. Draw third rectangle in such a way that will occupy some space of the both red and green rectangle. Fill this rectangle with blue color.

4. Draw fourth rectangle that will occupy some space of the last three rectangles and fill it with yellow color. Keep yellow rectangle selected.

corel draw order

5. Go to Arrange > Order > Behind

6. The cursor changes to thick black arrow.

corel draw order

7. Suppose you want to place the yellow rectangle behind green. You will click the arrow on the green rectangle.

corel draw order

8. The yellow rectangle is shifted behind the green rectangle.

corel draw order

9. You can draw few more shapes and try this command.

10. Now select the red rectangle, which is at the back of all the rectangles.

corel draw order

11. Go to Arrange > Order > In Front Of

12. The cursor changes to thick black arrow.

13. Suppose you want to place the red rectangle in front of Blue. You will click the arrow on blue rectangle.

14. The red rectangle is shifted in front of the blue rectangle.

corel draw order

15. You can draw few more shapes and try this command.

 
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