Add or delete arrowheads

Which 2007 Microsoft Office system program are you using?

Excel

Outlook

PowerPoint

Publisher

Word

Excel

  1. Draw a line if you haven't already done so by clicking the Insert tab, clicking Shapes, and then selecting an option in the Lines section. For more information, see Draw or delete a line, connector, or freeform shape.

  2. Select the line that you want to add arrowheads to.

    If you want to add arrowheads to multiple lines, select the first line, and then press and hold CTRL while you select the other lines.

  3. Under Drawing Tools, on the Format tab, in the Shape Styles group, click the arrow next to Shape Outline.

    Shape Styles group image

    If you can’t see the Drawing Tools or Format tabs, make sure that you have selected a line.

  4. Point to Arrows, and then click the arrow style that you want.

    To create a custom arrow style, click More Arrows, and then choose the options that you want. To delete all arrowheads, click Arrow Style 1 (no arrowheads).

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Outlook

  1. Draw a line if you haven't already done so by clicking the Insert tab, clicking Shapes, and then selecting an option in the Lines section. For more information, see Draw or delete a line, connector, or freeform shape.

  2. Select the line that you want to add arrowheads to.

    If you want to add arrowheads to multiple lines, select the first line, and then press and hold CTRL while you select the other lines.

  3. Under Drawing Tools, on the Format tab, in the Shape Styles group, click the arrow next to Shape Outline.

    Shape Styles group image

    If you can’t see the Drawing Tools or Format tabs, make sure that you have selected a line.

  4. Point to Arrows, and then click the arrow style that you want.

    To create a custom arrow style, click More Arrows, and then choose the options that you want. To delete all arrowheads, click Arrow Style 1 (no arrowheads).

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PowerPoint

  1. Draw a line if you haven't already done so by clicking the Insert tab, clicking Shapes, and then selecting an option in the Lines section. For more information, see Draw or delete a line, connector, or freeform shape.

  2. Select the line that you want to add arrowheads to.

    If you want to add arrowheads to multiple lines, select the first line, and then press and hold CTRL while you select the other lines.

  3. Under Drawing Tools, on the Format tab, in the Shape Styles group, click the arrow next to Shape Outline.

    Shape Styles group image

    If you can’t see the Drawing Tools or Format tabs, make sure that you have selected a line.

  4. Point to Arrows, and then click the arrow style that you want.

    To create a custom arrow style, click More Arrows, and then choose the options that you want. To delete all arrowheads, click Arrow Style 1 (no arrowheads).

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Publisher

  1. Draw a line if you haven't already done so by clicking the Line icon on the Objects toolbar.

  2. Select the line that you want to add arrowheads to.

    If you want to add arrowheads to multiple lines, select the first line, and then press and hold CTRL while you select the other lines.

  3. On the Formatting toolbar, click Arrow Style Button image, and then click the style that you want.

    To create a custom arrow style, click More Arrows, and then choose the options that you want. To delete all arrowheads, click Arrow Style 1 (no arrowheads).

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Word

  1. Draw a line if you haven't already done so by clicking the Insert tab, clicking Shapes, and then selecting an option in the Lines section. For more information, see Draw or delete a line, connector, or freeform shape.

  2. Select the line that you want to add arrowheads to.

    If you want to add arrowheads to multiple lines, select the first line, and then press and hold CTRL while you select the other lines.

  3. Under Drawing Tools, on the Format tab, in the Shape Styles group, click the arrow next to Shape Outline.

    Shape Styles group image

    If you can’t see the Drawing Tools or Format tabs, make sure that you have selected a line.

  4. Point to Arrows, and then click the arrow style that you want.

    To create a custom arrow style, click More Arrows, and then choose the options that you want. To delete all arrowheads, click Arrow Style 1 (no arrowheads).

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Applies To: Excel 2007, Word 2007, Outlook 2007, PowerPoint 2007, Publisher 2007



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