Arrowing. Note: Use caution when arrowing to a line that requires dollars and cents editing.This figure contains two separate examples, which are listed a and b.Part a: Moving an amount to a different T-line. Shown is a portion of Form 1040 from lines 16 through 24.Line 16, Tax, dollar amount 6051.00 on line 16.Line 18 Dollar amount 6051.00 on line 18.Line 22, Dollar amount 6051.00 on Line 21.A red arrow is edited between dollar amount 6051.00 on line 22 downwards to blank line 24.Text at bottom of graphic reads: An arrow indicates to ISRP that there is an entry that should be entered on a different line because it is misplaced or, as shown here, because it needs to be moved from a non-transcribed line to a transcribed one.Part b continues: Editing an amount to two T-lines (Method used depends on Service Center). Shown is a portion of Form 1040 from lines 3b through 9.Line 5b, Taxable amount, Dollar amount 5689.Line 9 Add lines 1 through 8 for Total income. Dollar amount blank.Amount on line 5b is underlined and a red arrow is edited from the dollar amount 5689 on line 5b to blank line 9.Text at bottom of graphic reads: An underline with a single-ended arrow indicates that a dollar amount should be in two locations. Her, for example, the arrow indicates that the amount of 5689 should be entered on line 9, but the underline indicated that the amount should also be entered on line 5b.