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OpenOffice Impress 3.x Guide
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Creating arrow styles

Use the third page of the Line dialog to create new arrow styles, modify existing arrow styles, or load previously saved arrow styles.

  1. The first step is to draw a curve with the shape you want for the arrowhead.
  2. Image:documentation_note.png The arrowhead must be a curve. A curve is something you could draw without lifting a pencil. For example, [[Image:]] is a curve but [[Image:]] is not a curve.
  3. Select the curve. With the resizing handles showing, select Format > Line from the menu bar, or right-click and choose Line from the pop-up menu.
  4. Go to the Arrow styles page (shown below), click the Add button, type a name for the new arrow style, and click OK.
  5. Arrow styles
    Advanced options for creating arrow styles.

  6. Now you can access the new style from the Arrow style list. When you select the name of the new style, it is shown at the bottom of the dialog.



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