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You could do that with a custom Page template. I have done that here: http://apex.oracle.com/pls/otn/f?p=33642:314 - it's not a pretty example, it's just to show what you could do!
To do that, go to Shared Components, Templates and create a new template as a copy of your existing page template. When that has been created, edit it and go to the Body setting.
In there, you can use #REGION_POSITION_01#, #REGION_POSITION_02#.... #REGION_POSITION_08# to position your regions. I have done mine in a table:
You will also find other instances of #REGION_POSITION_01# etc as these should already appear on the template. Wherever these appear, replace them with spaces - to ensure that the layout remains correct to match other pages in your app.
<table> <tr><td colspan="3" style="text-align:center">#REGION_POSITION_01#</td></tr> <tr><td>#REGION_POSITION_02#</td><td> </td><td>#REGION_POSITION_03#</td></tr> <tr><td colspan="3" style="text-align:center">#REGION_POSITION_04#</td></tr> <tr><td>#REGION_POSITION_05#</td><td>#REGION_POSITION_06#</td><td>#REGION_POSITION_07#</td> <tr><td colspan="3" style="text-align:center">#REGION_POSITION_08#</td></tr> </table>
Then, on your page, change the Display Point setting to "Page Template Region Position 1" for the first item, "Page Template Region Position 2" for the second item and so on. All items can be in "Column 1" as you have now positioned the regions yourself.