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On Sun, 2012-01-15 at 11:48 -0800, jimbo1qaz wrote:
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When I change an arrow color, all other arrows also change. Can we make
several groups of arrows that have different colors relative to each other?

     How depends upon how you are changing the color of an arrow. If you
are using a graphics style (object without fill) to define the arrow
color, you will need to create a separate graphics style for each arrow
color. This might be useful if you are going to have arrows of various
colors in several different slides. With this you could change the color
of arrows in several different slides by changing the color in the
associated style. (If you have several black arrows as set in the
graphics style for these arrows but you want them to be Blue 8, modify
the graphics style from Black to Blue 8.)
     The second possibility is to use the Line and Filling toolbar. This
has the arrow styles drop down list and the line width selection. It
also has a color drop down list. Create each arrow and select the color
you want. Whatever color you select will remain when you create another
arrow with a different color. In this case, changing any of your arrows
from one color to another has to be done one at a time.


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