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I have a master page where a text and a logo. How do I assign the sequence of levels if I want to change the order? How do I say "does the logo go over everyone? The levels seem to correspond to the objects and in the internal pages disappear those of the master pages ... I'm confused.

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Basically, you don't do it with "a" Master Page.

That would need two Master Pages, one for the items that go below and one for the items that go above. 

However, initially both Master Pages will be below everything that is placed directly on a document page. So, after you've created the document pages, you would move the "above" Master Page layer up to the top of the layer stack on all the document pages. That takes a trick:

  1. Pick any document page.
  2. Select the "above" Master Page layer in the Layers panel, using the Move Tool, and Edit Linked.
  3. From the menu, Layer > Arrange > Move to Front.
  4. Click Finished in the orange bar.

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questo è difficile per me capire perché... un livello è un livello indipendentemente dal fatto che sia nel master. In tal caso potrei avere sulle pagine elementi intermedi e sugli elementi master sopra (ad esempio il numero di pagina) ed elementi sottostanti (sfondi)

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3 hours ago, Fipo said:

(from Google Translate) this is hard for me to understand why ... a level is a level regardless of whether it is in the master. In that case I could have intermediate elements on the pages and on the master elements above (for example the page number) and underlying elements (backgrounds)

The way that Publisher is designed, all Master Page elements (layers) are at the bottom of the layer stack on the document pages. That means they are behind everything that you put directly on a document page.

If you have some Master Page elements that must be in front of items that you put on a document page, you must move them in the layer stack to make that occur.

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