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It isn't exactly clear, but assuming you have a content canvas (which I like to call the parent) and a stacked canvas "stacked" on top of the parent the there are several ways to put objects on the stacked canvas. Probably the easest and clearest is to simply find the stacked canvas in the Object Navigator and double click on it. This should open the Layout Editor with the parent canvas window selected (white boarder) and the stacked canvas displayed on top and selected (black boarder). Now just draw your objects on it. You can verify that they are on the stacked canvas by looking at the Properties for each object. You should see where you can choose which canvas you want the object to be displayed.
If this does not work, look in the Builder menu "View" > "Stacked canvas..." and ensure that your stacked canvas is not being hidden. If the stacked canvas is already displayed in the Layout Editor, this menu item may be disabled.
I am assuming you are using Forms 10.1.2 or newer. Older versions will be slightly different.
Thanks! That is the answer, I have not developed a form in a while and I forgot that you have to design a stacked form in the same way as a content form.