Please help me with drawing an arrow in MS Word 2010. I’m writing a chemical equation. I go to Insert Shapes , and click on the Arrow. I then drag the arrow to the appropriate length (shift for angle, control for length). I do not see how to change the width of the arrow or to change the color of the arrow. At present, the default is a blue arrow, but I want a black arrow. The line width is very small. I need a drawing toolbar.
Found Drawing tools at top. Wider line was black.
To change multiple lines, click the first line, and then press and hold CTRL while you click the additional lines.
The Format tab under SmartArt Tools.
If you do not see the SmartArt Tools or Format tabs, make sure that you selected a SmartArt graphic. You might have to double-click the SmartArt to open the Format tab.
TIP To customize your line even further, click More Outline Colors, and then select the exact shade and transparency that you want. Custom colors are also not change when you change the file theme.
TIP Use dotted lines in a hierarchy or radial diagram to show different types of relationship.
Great! SmartArt tools was what I was looking for. Thanks.Rate