Chapter 17. Using PowerPoint’s Web Features

Geetesh Bajaj

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Working with Hyperlinks

If you’ve ever surfed the World Wide Web, you’re already familiar with hyperlinks. PowerPoint offers hyperlinks, too. By clicking your mouse on a linked object, you can jump to another location in your presentation, to another program, or even to a location on the web.

Unlike a book or a typical slideshow in which you must proceed sequentially through the material, a hyperlinked presentation can let you move through a presentation in whatever order makes sense for the audience or let you hide information that you can show only if your audience needs or asks for it. Suppose that, ...

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