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    HAMLESS Ninjabear's Avatar
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    Default Add text on top of or underneath arrow

    Hi There

    I've been spending half an hour trying to insert a word ontop of an arrow in microsoft word 2007

    Does anyone know how to do that?

    I've drawn two diagrams connect them by using an arrow ---> and I wish to add a text on top of an arrow and having no luck doing it.

    Does anyone know that can tell me how to do it?

    Thanks
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    Default Re: Add text on top of or underneath arrow

    Put the text in a text box.
    Select the text box and format option, set the "line" to none and the "fill" to white and 100% transparent

    Drag the textbox wherever you want it, complete with text. Even over the top of the line is possible.

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    Default Re: Add text on top of or underneath arrow

    Thanks for that.worked perfectly
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