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iWork for Mac OS X Cookbook by Alexander Anichkin

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Send to Back and Bring to Front—iWork-specific shortcuts

There are general shortcuts that work for anything we do on the computer, and there are application-specific shortcuts, the ones for specific operations in a particular program. For example, in iWork we have a set of shortcuts for moving objects from layer to layer.

To understand how it works, imagine having a stack of notes, magazine clippings, and photos on your desk. To arrange them in a logical fashion, you bring one note to the front, put a clipping at the back, and attach a note to the photo. That's what the Send to Back, Bring to Front, Send Backward, and Bring Forward functions do when you arrange Text Boxes and graphic objects in your iWork project.

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