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Angela Williams5,805 Points
Adding arrows difficulty!!!
I am using CS5, when I convert the line to an arrow, it duplicates. I have to delete the anchor point. However I am unable to reflect the arrow. Thanks for the help in advance.
You can actually skip making a line as your first step.
From the toolbar's brush section > use the dropdown menu > click the bottom left libraries button > then, click Arrows > then, select the arrow library you prefer
After that, you can just drag and drop the arrow shape onto the artboard.
Here's an animated gif that will walk you through the steps above: Adobe Illustrator Arrow
(note: to duplicate the shape like I did in the .gif example hold down the "option" key and then click & drag. After that, I used the "reflect" object transformation feature)
Thanks All for the help :)