Adobe Photoshop, a dynamic digital imaging tool, allows users to add multiple visual elements and layers to create a composition. With so many layers and elements in the same document, a user will often want to put them in certain order to ensure some layers are superimposing other layers. Putting layers in front of and behind each other is quite simple and can be accomplished with the use of the layers panel.
Open the layers panel (if it is not already open) by clicking "Window," "Layers" in the application bar.
In the layers panel, find the layer that you would like to superimpose over another layer.
Click and drag this layer up in the layers panel and drop it above the layer that you want it to superimpose. This will re-order the layers and place the layer that you dragged and dropped on top of all the layers below it in the layers panel.
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