VBA does not provide functions to change the draw order of an entity. However, we can use
SendCommand to run the command
Public Sub MoveToTop() Dim object As AcadObject Dim pt As Variant ThisDrawing.Utility.GetEntity object, pt, "Select an entity:" ThisDrawing.SendCommand "_DRAWORDER" & vbCr _ & "(handent """ & object.Handle & """)" & vbCr & vbCr _ & "_F" & vbCr End Sub
This example brings to the foreground the selected entity. I use a little trick, the AutoLISP function
handent to pass an entity name to the command.