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Old 27-04-2005, 12:28
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Default Creating custom arrow heads

CorelDRAW has a variety of arrowheads - arrows, dots, etc. But I can't find the one that I need in the list. Can I create my own arrowhead?
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Old 27-04-2005, 16:05
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Yes, just create a simple closed filled curve, select it and go to Tools>Create>Arrow. This command will create a default arrowhead out of the selected curve.

You can then edit how the arrowhead is placed in relation to the object's outline by first applying the new arrowhead to any curve, then select Options>Edit... from the dropdown menu button under the arrowhead combobox in Outline dialog. You will see a small arrowhead editor dialog which allows you to scale/reposition the arrowhead and the outline end itself.
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