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  1. The layer tab used to default to a single line. The layer could be named. Another layer could be added and named and this would sit on the line below the first layer. For instance I could put a full page photo on a layer, add another layer and draw onto it. I could then select all of the elements on the top layer by drawing a marquee around it without moving the photo. Now, every item I draw seems to be on its own layer. And if I try to select a number of elements by drawing a marquee around them, the full page image moves as I try to draw the marquee. Adjusting the 'Edit All Layers' button and highlighting the individual layers makes no difference. Has this changed since earlier versions? Or have I changed a setting? Can I get it to work the way it did? Thanks.
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