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excel: how do insert smth like <=> into excel. i need to be able to add text in <=>?
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by:Patrick Matthews
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Hello gogoshar,

Please have another go at explaining your question.

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Patrick
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by:Saurabh Singh Teotia
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Lets say you write your text in A1...then apply this formula in B1 it will concatenate..

="<=>"&A1

Saurabh...
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by:ben_staples
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Do you mean you want to use a formula which uses 'less than' or 'greater than'?

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by:gogoshar
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sorry. I guess a better explanation would be:

I need to insert a big arrow smth like <=> that people can see in the spread sheet and write text in heart of the arrow (=)
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Saurabh Singh Teotia earned 500 total points
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You can use something like this...

"<"& " Your Text here" &"=" & "Your text here" &">"

Saurabh...
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For adding lines in VBA, you can use the functions below:

replace StartX etc with numbers or variables
ActiveSheet.Shapes.AddLine(StartX, StartY, EndX, EndY).Select
Selection.ShapeRange.Line.EndArrowheadStyle = msoArrowheadTriangle
Selection.ShapeRange.Line.EndArrowheadLength = msoArrowheadLengthMedium
Selection.ShapeRange.Line.EndArrowheadWidth = msoArrowheadWidthMedium
Selection.ShapeRange.Line.EndArrowheadLength = msoArrowheadLengthMedium
Selection.ShapeRange.Line.EndArrowheadWidth = msoArrowheadWidthMedium
Selection.ShapeRange.Line.EndArrowheadStyle = msoArrowheadTriangle

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