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Can anyone please tell me how to put a "arrow pointing to the right"
in Excel?

I am using Arial 10 for the chart.

I have Windows XP and use IE 6.

Keep it simple please! I am a 63 year old lady trying something


Jul 23 '05 #1
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"Pat" <pr******@tampa bay.rr.com> wrote:
Can anyone please tell me how to put a "arrow pointing to the right"
in Excel?

Start by asking in an appropriate group, try microsoft.publi c.excel

Jul 23 '05 #2
Pat wrote:
Can anyone please tell me how to put a "arrow pointing to the right"
in Excel?

I am using Arial 10 for the chart.

I have Windows XP and use IE 6.

Keep it simple please! I am a 63 year old lady trying something

Well, one thing you'll need to learn is that Excel has nothing to do
with HTML, so it seems odd that you chose to post your question here.
Look for newsgroups that have "excel" in their names.
Jul 23 '05 #3

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