"Linking" an arrow to textbox

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    mferrigno1950

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    Is there anyway to associate an arrow to a textbox, such that when you move the textbox to another area of the Word document, the arrow automatically follows the textbox, adjusting its length and direction?

    I can snap an arrow to the textbox object, but have had no luck "linking" the two. When I move the textbox, the arrow stays exactly where it was originally placed.

    Any help would be greatly appreciated!
     
    mferrigno1950, Feb 4, 2016
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    Kenneth Wong

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    mferrigno1950,

    Did you try to Group the arrow and textbox prior to moving? See below image.

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    Kenneth Wong, Oct 5, 2016
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