1 Select the rectangle tool , rounded rectangle tool S,ellipse tool ., polygon tool O (Photoshop), line tool \, or custom shape tool (Photoshop).
2 Set tool options in the options bar. The available options vary by tool. In Photoshop, click the inverted arrow ▼ next to the shape buttons to view the options:
Arrowheads Start and End Renders a line with arrowheads. Select Start, End, or both to specify on which end of the line arrows are rendered. In ImageReady, click Shape to define the shape of the arrowhead; in Photoshop, the shape options appear in the pop-up dialog box. Enter values for Width and Length to specify the proportions of the arrowhead as a percentage of the line width (10% to 1000% for Width, and 10% to 5000% for Length). Enter a value for the concavity of the arrowhead (from -50% to +50%). The concavity value defines the amount of curvature on the widest part of the arrowhead, where the arrowhead meets the line.
Note: In Photoshop, you can also edit an arrowhead directly using the vector selection and drawing tools.
Circle (Photoshop) Constrains an ellipse to a circle.
Corner Radius (ImageReady) Specifies the corner radius for rendering a rounded rectangle.
Defined Proportions (Photoshop) Renders a custom shape based on the proportions with which it was created.
Defined Size (Photoshop) Renders a custom shape based on the size at which it was created.
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