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Electronic Arrows & North Symbols...

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Jim Payne (SD)

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Good Afternoon Forumites!:D

Is there any type of Electronic Subject-Comparable Arrows/North Symbols that I can insert into my MS Word Documents rather than use a 'rub on' application? :?

Thank You For Your Help! :D

Jim Payne (SD)

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airphoto

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Scan some, Jim .. save them where you'll remember them.

Just 'insert picture' into your document, where needed. Think that'll work ..
 

xmrdfghap

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I made my own in the windows paint program. Saved them as transparent, and they were done....did it several years ago, and haven't had any problems yet
 

slacker

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Is there any type of Electronic Subject-Comparable Arrows/North Symbols that I can insert into my MS Word Documents rather than use a 'rub on' application? :?



Use the "AutoShape" function on the draw toolbar. It has plenty of arrows, blocks, call-outs, etc... You can drag them as big as you need, rotate, insert text, whatever, blah, blah, blah..............
 
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