Here it goes: 1.Open the Word document you want to add an arrow to.
2.Click "Insert" and look to the "Illustrations" section of the toolbar. You can insert images, Clip Art and shapes here.
3.Click "Shapes" to view the different shapes you can add to your Word document.
4.Look to the "Block Arrows" section when the Shapes menu opens and search for an arrow you want to use on your Word document. Arrows in different directions are available, including a quad arrow, u-turn arrow and circular arrow.
5.Click an arrow to insert it on your document. A drawing handle that looks like a plus sign (+) will appear on your document.
6.Click the drawing handle on the line you want to insert the arrow or click the drawing handle and drag it down or out to make the arrow bigger.
Hi, you can do as follows: 1.Open up a new document and go to view—show--grid. 2.Create a new layer called 'bottle shape'. Then go to your paths palette and click 'load path as a selection'. 3.Then go to layer blending options for this merged layer and apply a gradient overlay ranging from black to 110202 back to black. 4.Now select your rounded rectangle shape tool and create a large white rounded rectangle running down the left side of your bottle. Then do the same on the right with a red rounded rectangle and also a red oval above this. Finally, repeat this using smaller rectangles in the neck of the bottle. 5.Go to filter—blur--gaussian blur and apply a blur of 14px. 6.Create a 2px high rectangular selection above your black label and fill it with the gradient overlay shown below. Then duplicate this layer and move it below your black gradient. 7.Apply a light gray - white - light gray gradient to a 1px line beneath this bottom bold line, and set this layer's opacity to around 65%. 8.Select your text tool and drag a text box that covers the size of your label shapes. 9.Done. Answered Dec, 12 2010