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May 19, 2020

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I have recently taken over the graphics for a community magazine and inherited the previous month's .indd file to update.

  Everything is going pretty smoothly, but I ran into a situation where I cannot remove the graphic from a monthly calendar.

  Everything came off well, except the Father's Day graphic and text on the 19th. I have no idea why.

  I have attached the file for that page.

  Thanks.,

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Correct answer by Manan Joshi | Adobe Community Professional

They both are placed behind the textframe containing the table. Either select it using the layers panel, and then delete or you can also select them by moving the textframe containing the table

See the screengrab, using the link below

https://www.dropbox.com/s/n6vwlrxt74fzniq/screen%20recording%202020-05-19%20at%209.31.42%20pm.mov?dl=0

 

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Can't remove graphic

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May 19, 2020

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I have recently taken over the graphics for a community magazine and inherited the previous month's .indd file to update.

  Everything is going pretty smoothly, but I ran into a situation where I cannot remove the graphic from a monthly calendar.

  Everything came off well, except the Father's Day graphic and text on the 19th. I have no idea why.

  I have attached the file for that page.

  Thanks.,

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Correct answer by Manan Joshi | Adobe Community Professional

They both are placed behind the textframe containing the table. Either select it using the layers panel, and then delete or you can also select them by moving the textframe containing the table

See the screengrab, using the link below

https://www.dropbox.com/s/n6vwlrxt74fzniq/screen%20recording%202020-05-19%20at%209.31.42%20pm.mov?dl=0

 

-Manan

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They both are placed behind the textframe containing the table. Either select it using the layers panel, and then delete or you can also select them by moving the textframe containing the table

See the screengrab, using the link below

https://www.dropbox.com/s/n6vwlrxt74fzniq/screen%20recording%202020-05-19%20at%209.31.42%20pm.mov?dl...

 

-Manan

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One additional alternative, hold down the Control key (Windows) or the Command key (Mac), point to the object and click until you select the object underneath. This technique allows you to click through stacked objects. Use Object > Bring to Front to put the frame at the top of the stack.

 

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