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Create Continuous Lines

Create Continuous Lines

Create Continuous Lines

(OP)
I would like to create a continuous line which can zig-zag as required but still keep together as one.

I thought that I could use the "Draw/Point to Point Line" to do this but I'm having problems. I draw the line as required but the end result is always filled in rather than just being a standard zig-zag style of vector line.

Is it possible to do this with this tool?

Many thanks...

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"Chaos, panic & disorder - my work here is done!"
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RE: Create Continuous Lines

Make sure to set the background style to null...Left click on the background style and hold the mouse button down untill the flyout menu appears. Then choose null. Now you will be able to do what you want.

mike

RE: Create Continuous Lines

(OP)
Thanks mThomas, didn't think of that...

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