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I made a simple diagram with seven lines with arrows leading from a
box on the left of a drawing to seven stacked component boxes on the
right. The six lines that were not horizontal worked, but the arrow
at the end of the horizontal line points down instead of to the right.

I finally gave up and finished the drawing in about five seconds on a
Visio 2007 machine. I have been using Visio since Windows 3.1, but am
not a power user. Any idea?

The file is 45.5 kb and can be provided via email if it woukd help.

Jim Williams, PMP
Norfolk, VA

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