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Adding Arrows to a Drawing

Mike Miura

Have you ever wanted to attach arrows to a drawing without a note? Maybe to show liquid flow or point out a specific feature. You don't need to make a blank note to do this.

While there is no arrow or leader command, you can use the Multi-Jog leader command: Insert > Annotations > Multi-jog Leader.

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You can then create your arrow. The command creates a jog point when you single click, and ends the leader when you double click, allowing you to create profiles based on your needs. It will also end if you select on a model component.

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Once the leader is placed, you can move the points for position, or right click on an end point to change the style of leader. You can also adjust sizing different from the default. This allows you further flexibility for creating drawings.

If you have any further questions regarding this topic, please contact Hawk Ridge Systems technical support at 877.266.4469 (US) or 866.587.6803 (Canada) or email us at support@hawkridgesys.com.

 

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