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To begin editing within a graphic, double-click the background or an object in the graphic. The frame highlight is dashed.
Shift+click to select another disk. The two disks with crosshairs (+) at their centers are selected.
In another graphic, double-click the background and paste. The rectangle will be at its original coordinates.
Paste the copied rectangle again. The disk disappears and a new copy of the rectangle appears once again at its original coordinates. Whether the rectangle appears above or below a disk depends on the position of the replaced disk in the internal ordering of the graphics expression.
In contrast to double-clicking the background of the target graphic, a single click selects the target as a whole.
Copy the selected Inset, click the background of the graphic to deselect the Inset, and paste. Move the pasted Inset to the upper right.
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