This might seem like a dumb question, but I can't seem to make something work the way I want and it should be simple. I have a form and on this form I want to draw a box around a certain few inputs. That's it, just a box around them. Unless I'm missing something, the only thing I can find is a rectangle with fill opacity of 0. But this still covers up my inputs, even though you can't see the fill. If I send it to the back, it gets covered by the fill on my form.
Isn't there an ability to just draw a line? Or in my case, 4 lines?
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Just add a rectangle shape and then on the menu bar on home tab with rectangle selected go to reorder and send it to back
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Yeah that was the first thing that I tried. However, my form has a fill to it. So when I send the rectangle to the back, it ends up behind the form and can't be seen. I need the rectangle to be ABOVE the form, but BELOW the data cards it will surround. If it was just one data card, then I could insert it there, but the whole point is to highlight a group of cards.
You can put a boarder on the data cards. Also there isnt a line tool, it's just the rectangle tool with a width/height of 1 depending on if you need it horizontal or vertical.
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