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Level 0....Is there one??

Level 0....Is there one??

Level 0....Is there one??

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My question is how can we get to level 0.  I have been going through ALL the manuals and doing searches on the internet and came up with nothing.  

I'm told that we can get to this but I have no clue.

What I would like to do is on level 0, put background graphics.  That way on each level I don't have to re-enter the background graphic on each level.

If someone out there can please tell me I would greatly appreciate it!!

RE: Level 0....Is there one??

In the Properties for Display (and Interaction) icons, there is a layer setting.  You can put a number in there--the higher the number, the higher the layer.  Negative numbers work too, though I'm not sure what the limits are as far as min & max allowable layer settings but that should be academic--you shouldn't ever really need to use that many.  0 is the default.

How is your flowline set up?  You should be able to set up your flowline so that it only displays the background graphic once, and everything else is on top of it and comes and goes.  For example, if you're using a framework, you can put the background graphic in the framework icon (or even directly above it on the flowline) and it will stay there until you actually erase it.  But the graphics in each map hanging off the Framework icon will automatically erase when you go to the next one.

steve

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