Indicating direction of rotation; arc with arrow


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Salmon Egg

I would like to indicate a direction of rotation. My preference is to
use a circular arc with an arrowhead at one end. If it would be easy to
change radius, line thickness, and arrowhead size, so much the better. I
am finding PowerPoint instructions virtually useless.

The bestI was able to do so far is to use a block arrow, but I cannot
figure out how to decrease line thickness. Some internet instructions
gave nonexistent clicks to use. Is it really that difficult? Are there
any sites that hve suitable objects to copy and paste?

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Sam

Conservatives are against Darwinism but for natural selection.
Liberals are for Darwinism but totally against any selection.
 
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