You're welcome. No trouble at all. It's probably best not to mess around with the global files, especially in this case where very few people -- probably only root -- will be using the apachectl command. So, consider only editing the local files.
You can put the PATH=$PATH:/usr/... statement in your .bashrc, but since .bashrc isn't read by a login shell, create a .bash_profile containing the following:
The above files should be created under the home directory of each user who needs to use the apachectl command (without having to type its full path).