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I would like to draw an arrow with a "single turn" in Microsoft PowerPoint, but it seems impossible; the only option that I have is "Elbow Arrow", which has "two turns".

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Okay, I need to connect both ends of the arrow to the objects. Then the body of the arrow will "snap".

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    don't forget to mark your answer as accepted, check How to Answer and the tour if you have doubts.
    – Luciano
    Oct 18, 2019 at 8:23
  • Thanks for reminding; I was not able to accept my own answer in the first day.
    – IgNite
    Nov 18, 2019 at 15:12
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You can create an arrow head shape Insert> Shape> Triangle ...then from the same Shape dropdown use the elbow connector and snap one end to the triangle, then group the two objects together.

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Just create two straight lines, One at 0 degrees, One at 90 degrees. They can connect together to form a right angle.

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