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I am a newbie in Photoshop.

Can you please let me know how can I brings things to front or send to back? I am trying to draw a line but it goes hidden on an existing layer. How do I bring that line to front?

Please let me know.

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This depends a bit on your situation, but layers panel (F7) could be something to take care of that. Object that is higher in the layers panel will be in front of object that is lower in the layers panel. Or maybe you are trying to do this inside one vector mask, that can't be done. There is no arranging in photoshop like illustrator has. Layers are used for that. –  Joonas May 24 '12 at 12:07
    
Yes, are you drawing vector shapes or using regular pixel-based brush tools? –  e100 May 24 '12 at 12:56
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You can move the Layers, the highter -> more on top ( front )

Get the Layers windows from View/Windows.

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Command-] and Command-[ (Mac) / Ctrl-] and Ctrl-[ (Win) will move a layer up and down in the layers panel.

Add shift...
Command-Shift-] and Command-Shift-[ (Mac) / Ctrl-Shift-] and Ctrl-Shift-[ (Win) and the layer will jump to the top or bottom of the layer stack.

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