Open up "Tiled" and keep drilling down until you see the object you want moved. Click on it. Then (as shown in the screen shot I attached) click "Floating" for that object. It will take the object out of the "Tiled" structure and float it at the top of the floating order.
Thank you for your reply. However, that's not quite what I am looking for. I am wondering if it is possible to have a Tiled Object Container within a Horizontal or Vertical Object Container?
When you put objects into a container, they behave like tiled objects within the container.
You can float a container, put a bunch of objects within it, and then SHIFT-DRAG that whole container into another container, and it will "tile" into the enclosing container with whatever else is already in there, and the objects in the interior container will remain in the same configuration they were in when it was floating.
I have never encountered a limit to nesting layers of containers within containers.
I hope I'm understanding what you are asking.
If I'm still missing the boat, hack up a dashboard of bogus sheets and text boxes, and tell me what you want to move from where into where-else.