Select Insert > Dress Up > Arrow from the
Click a point or select an object to define the arrow
starting point (the tail). For example, select a circle.
Click another point or select another object to define
the arrow extremity (the head). The arrow is created.
- The arrow and the selected object are associative.
- To modify the general appearance of the arrow, either click the
arrow and then use the Graphic Properties toolbar, or right-click
the arrow and then use the Properties dialog box (select
Properties and click the Graphic tab).
- To modify the position of the arrow, click the arrow and use
the manipulators to drag it to its new location.
You will now add a breakpoint to the arrow. Select the
arrow and right-click on a yellow manipulator. A contextual menu appears.
Select Add a
Breakpoint. A breakpoint is added to the arrow; you can drag it to
change the arrow path.
You will now choose a symbol for the arrow tail. To do
this, right-click on the yellow tail manipulator.
In the contextual menu, point to
Symbol Shape and select a
symbol, Filled Circle for example.
The symbol you choose now appears on the arrow tail. You
can also change the symbol used for the arrow head by repeating steps 6
You will now create an interruption on the arrow tail.
Right-click on the yellow tail manipulator again.
In the contextual menu, select
Add an Interruption.
An interruption is added to the arrow.