You may have inserted hyperlinks in a Word document, but have you used hyperlinks in PowerPoint? Well, they work pretty much the same way in PowerPoint too. While most often, we tend to hyperlink text, when delivering a PowerPoint presentation, it is a common practice to hyperlink graphical images to make the presentation more interesting. In this PowerPoint 2010 tutorial you will learn how to design an interactive presentation using graphical hyperlinks.
How to Design an Interactive Presentation Using Graphical Hyperlinks
1. Open up the presentation and select the graphic you want to use as a hyperlink.
2. Click the graphic and then on the Insert tab, click Action.
3. The Action Settings dialog box is displayed. On the Mouse Click tab, select Hyperlink to.
4. From the Hyperlink to drop-down list select URL.
5. The Hyperlink to URL dialog box is displayed. Type the URL to link to and click OK.
6. Click OK to close the Action Settings dialog box.
7. Run the slideshow and click on the image to use the graphical hyperlink.
How often do you use graphical hyperlinks in your presentations? Does it make your presentation more interesting? Share your thoughts with us.