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Fix image in publisher file

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I have the following light-bulb image in Microsoft Publisher and am unclear about how to have the phone number appear over it.Sign2.pub.txt

I have tried putting the image alone on the page and setting the picture formatting to 'through' and to 'none' and neither option seems to work.  I have tried the same formatting while making the picture the background for another text box as shown in the attached publisher file.

Assistance is greatly appreciated.
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You need to change the Z-order.

In 2007 (and probably earlier), select the text box with the number, then: 'Arrange' menu, 'Order' item, 'Bring to front'.
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Got it, thanks
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