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jeff_mcisaac Frequent Visitor
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jeff_mcisaac

I have a slicer that is hiding behind a background image. I want it to sit on top of the image but can't figure out how to do it. There are other slicers that are sitting on top of the same background image but I can't see any difference vs the one that sits behind the image.

 

Is there a trick to fix this?

 

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jeff_mcisaac Frequent Visitor
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Re: jeff_mcisaac

Thanks - it worked. That is exactly what I was looking for. Jeff
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@jeff_mcisaac

 

Try selecting the slicer >>go to format tab>>bring to front

 

 bringtofromt.png

jeff_mcisaac Frequent Visitor
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Re: jeff_mcisaac

Thanks - it worked. That is exactly what I was looking for. Jeff