In this tutorial, I will guide to you how to create Hyperlink in PowerPoint? You can create hyperlink to sides, to web site,to other PowerPoint file,…
To help you quickly customize slides and files on your computer, as well as access presentations right on the web more quickly, today we will learn about the operation of Hyperlink in PowerPoint. Hyperlink is often less noticed even though it has existed since the version of office 2003, but you will have to pay attention when you know about the uses it brings. With this feature, you can make quick access to other slides or files in PowerPoint, helps saving time, create professionalism, and greatly assist you in delivering a successful presentation.
I. How to create hyperlink in PowerPoint.
Step 1: Open PowerPoint. Go to Insert and choose Shape to make a button for the Hyperlink. Don’t forget to add text as the name for the button.
Step 2: To format the button, choose the Shape and go to Format.
Now I will show you how to create 4 quick links to slides, web, to external files, and to other PowerPoint files. You can create 4 button corresponding to 4 types and we can start inserting.
1. Create Hyperlink to slides.
Step 1: Right click at the first button and choose Hyperlink.
Step 2: Then click on Place in This Document, continue to select the slide which the button will lead to. You can check the Slide preview window to see if it’s the correct slide or not. After that click OK.
If you want to create more hyperlinks to more slides, create more buttons.
2. Insert Hyperlink to website.
Step 1: Go to the website and copy the link to it.
Step 2: You also right click at the button for the website and choose Hyperlink. Then in the Insert box, choose Existing File or Web place, paste the link to the Address line and click OK.
3. Insert Hyperlink to quickly open other files.
Step 1: Right click at the Files button and choose Hyperlinks.
Step 2: Choose Existing File or Web Page then find the location of the file you need, select it and press OK.
4. Add Hyperlink to other PowerPoint file.
Step 1 and Step 2 is basically the same with when you create Hyperlink to the files in section 3. But instead, in Current Folder, find the location of the PowerPoint file you want to link to, and then click OK. Yep, that’s all.
OK, so after this article you already know how to use Hyperlink to quickly access slides, files inside and outside of PowerPoint, or instantly access online websites. I believe you will easily success in doing this fluently, because the method is completely trouble free and no difficulty.
That’s it, I will end this article here, thank you and see you again.