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Design Adobe Illustrator for Web Design Creating a Wireframe Adding Arrows and Using Stroke

Gigi Montgomery
Gigi Montgomery
4,706 Points

After you turn the line into an arrow, how do you select the actual arrow? (I changed from line to V tool.)

I did all the steps in the video, but once she changes to the V tool she gets a box around the arrow created with the line too. I can't seem to get that box/highlight just the arrow to then duplicate it and reflect it. I managed to get the same look with the line tool and just doing the same thing on the other side and rotating them, but I would like to know how to select the actual arrow we created. Thanks!