VML ArrowOK Attribute
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Determines whether arrowheads will be displayed. Read/write. VgTriState.
<v: element arrowok=" expression ">
If False, the path will not have arrowheads. The default is False. This attribute overrides all other arrowhead attributes in the parent or Stroke element.
VML Standard Attribute
The path will not have an arrowhead.
<v:line id="whatsmyline" style="position:relative" from="114pt,66pt" to="402pt,66pt" strokecolor="black"> <v:stroke startarrow="block" endarrow="block"/> <v:path arrowok="False"/> </v:line>