How to Draw Arrows in Word

How to Draw Arrows in Word

 

In today’s lesson, we will teach you how to draw arrows in Word. Open the document you need. Go to ‘Insert’ tab. Click on ‘Shapes’ and choose ‘arrow’ under ‘Lines’ category. Put the mouse pointer where you need, click and press the left button on your mouse and pull the arrow in the needed direction. Choose the style of the arrow. If you click on ‘Shape outline’, you can choose color, weight, dashes or arrow’s look. You can change the size under ‘Size’ category. You can also rotate the arrow if you choose ‘Rotate’ under ‘Arrange’ Category. You can rotate Right 90, Rotate Left 90, Flip Vertical and Flip Horizontal and have many more of other options. You can also draw a block arrow. Go to ‘Insert’ tab and choose the arrow under ‘Block arrows’ option. Put the mouse pointer where you need, click and press the left button on your mouse and pull the arrow in the needed direction. Choose the style of the arrow. If you click on ‘Shape outline’, you can choose color, weight, dashes. To change the color of your arrow’s filling, choose ‘Shape Fill’. You can change the size under ‘Size’ category. You can also rotate the arrow if you choose ‘Rotate’ under ‘Arrange’ Category. You can rotate Right 90, Rotate Left 90, Flip Vertical and Flip Horizontal and have many more of other options.

 

 

How do I type an arrow over a letter?
To open the Equation Editor press “Alt” + “=”.
  1. When the equation editor box appear, type the letter of your choice.
  2. After typing your letter. Type this “\vec” then hit space bar.
  3. You can see the vector is on the upper right side of the letter. Now, you should hit the space bar again to place the vector above the letter.

 

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