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How do I draw a line with and arrow head on each end in Photoshop Elements 14?

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Activate the custom shape tool.

The default shapes "library" has an arrowhead. Drag it out to suit; it will come in as a separate layer called Shape 1

To get the arrow head in the other direction as well, right click on Shape 1 layer in the layers palette, and duplicate the layer,  yielding Shape 1 copy layer.

Activate the transform tool (CTRL+T) and flip the layer 180 degrees, and position appropriately.

 

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How do I draw a line with and arrow head on each end in Photoshop Elements 14?

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Activate the custom shape tool.

The default shapes "library" has an arrowhead. Drag it out to suit; it will come in as a separate layer called Shape 1

To get the arrow head in the other direction as well, right click on Shape 1 layer in the layers palette, and duplicate the layer,  yielding Shape 1 copy layer.

Activate the transform tool (CTRL+T) and flip the layer 180 degrees, and position appropriately.

 

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Activate the custom shape tool.

The default shapes "library" has an arrowhead. Drag it out to suit; it will come in as a separate layer called Shape 1

To get the arrow head in the other direction as well, right click on Shape 1 layer in the layers palette, and duplicate the layer,  yielding Shape 1 copy layer.

Activate the transform tool (CTRL+T) and flip the layer 180 degrees, and position appropriately.

 

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Thank you very much for this. I did get a line with an arrowhead on each end so I didn’t have to do the extra steps.


This was very helpful and time saving for me.



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You're welcome. Glad to help.

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