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To find and select the item, click the error message in the Design Checker task pane, click the arrow, and then click Go to this Item.
Move the object
To fix this problem, move the object. You can move an object or a group of objects by dragging it, nudging it, or using measurements to position it on the page.
Drag the object to a new position
Position the mouse pointer over the object until the pointer changes to the Move pointer .
Drag the object to the new position. To drag the object in a straight line, hold down SHIFT while you drag the object.
Note: If one of the Snap commands is turned on, the object might snap to the nearest guide, object, or ruler mark when you release the mouse button.
Nudge the object
Select the object and then press one of the arrow keys to move the object in the direction that you want.
The object moves a set distance each time you press an arrow key. The default nudge distance is 0.13 inch (or its equivalent if you are using another unit of measurement). However, you can change the nudge distance.
On the Tools menu, click Options, and then click the Edit tab.
Select the Arrow keys nudge objects by check box, and then type the distance that you want objects to move when you nudge them.
Position the object precisely on the page
Right-click the object, and then click Format object type on the shortcut menu.
On the Layout tab, under Position on page, enter the positive measurements for the horizontal and vertical placement of the object or group of objects.