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Creating hyperlinks to different slides Microsoft PowerPoint 2007

    You can also create hyperlinks that let you jump to a different slide in your presentation. That way you could jump from slide 2 to slide 35 and then back to slide 2 again. By doing this, you can create a slide that refers to previous information or gives viewers a peek at upcoming information.

    To create a hyperlink that links to other slides in your presentation, follow these steps:

    1. Highlight the text in a text box that you want to turn into a slide

    Hyperlink.

    2. Click the Insert tab.

    3. Click the Action icon in the Links group.

    The Action Settings dialog box appears, as shown in Figure 12-6.

    Creating hyperlinks to different slides Microsoft PowerPoint 2007

    Figure 12-6:

    The Action Settings dialog box lets you choose a slide to attach to your hyperlink.

    4. Select the Hyperlink To radio button.

    5. Click the Hyperlink To list box and choose an option, such as Next

    Slide.

    If you choose Slide, the Hyperlink to Slide dialog box appears, as shown in Figure 12-7.

    The Hyperlink To list box displays commands for linking to the first or last slide of your presentation. The Slide command is useful for linking to a slide in the middle of your presentation.

    Creating hyperlinks to different slides Microsoft PowerPoint 2007

    Figure 12-7:

    Link to a specific slide, such as slide 3.

    6. Click a slide number, such as slide 3, and click OK.

    The Action Settings dialog box appears again.

    7. Click OK.

    When you link to another slide, it's usually a good idea to create a second hyperlink that lets you jump back to the previous slide. Otherwise, you can jump from slide 3 to slide 60 and not be able to return back to slide 3 again to see the rest of your presentation.




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