You can change the position of a drawing object in several ways:

▫       You can move the whole drawing object with drag and drop.

▫       You can create an exact copy of the drawing object at a new location by holding the Ctrl key while moving it.

▫       You can change the shape of a drawing object by moving its reference points.

▫       You can move a drawing object to the foreground or to the background of the chart, relative to all other visible chart objects.

To move a drawing object on the chart

▪       Click on the drawing object to select it.

▪       Hold the mouse button down and move the drawing object.

▪       Drag it to its new location and release the mouse button to drop it there.

To copy a drawing object

▪       Click on the drawing object to select it.

▪       Press and hold the Ctrl key.

▪       Hold the mouse button down and move the drawing object.

▪       Drag it to its new location and release the mouse button to drop it there.

▪       Release the Ctrl key.

Note             You cannot copy a Pivot Points object.

To move the reference point of a drawing object

▪       Click on the drawing object to select it.

▪       Click on the reference point that you want to move and hold the mouse button down.

▪       Drag the reference point to its new location and release the mouse button to drop it there.

To move a drawing object to the foreground

▪       Click on the drawing object to select it.

▪       Click on the To Foreground icon on the Drawing toolbar:

Note             Because of their filled body, Shapes, Arrows, Pivot Points and Fibonacci Retracements,  Expansions and Trend Lines are automatically drawn in the background of the chart. If they are moved to the foreground, the filled area of those drawing objects will never cover the time series or line drawing objects (such as trend lines or fans).

To move a drawing object to the background

▪       Click on the drawing object to select it.

▪       Click on the To Background icon on the Drawing toolbar: