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PowerPoint and dotted lines with an arror

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I am using PowerPoint 2013

I can easily add a line with an arrow on my palette, but the path

Insert->Shapes-> <Select arrow icon>

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So how do I add a line with an arrow that is dotted

How do I add a dotted line (preferably a line as opposed to an arrow)

What path should I take ?

Thanks
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Question by:Anthony Lucia
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Rgonzo1971 earned 500 total points
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Hi,

Select your shape

Right-Click

Select Format Shape / Line Style / Dash Type

there you can change your arrow to have a dotted line

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