Microsoft PowerPoint 2010: How to create a hyperlink slide on Windows Vista?
Inserting links – both internal as well as external – in your Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 presentation is a simple task. While external links enable you to launch external websites straight from your presentation, the internal links allow you to sort the presentation slides according to the relevance in content. For example: You have a portion of content in slide number 1 relevant to some text placed in slide number 10 and you want to show both the slides one after the other, during the presentation. Conventionally, you will have to scroll through the eight slides that are present in between before you display the two. However, by creating a hyperlink slide, you can eliminate the ‘scrolling’ and ‘finding’ actions and link the two slides easily. This is typically handy when you have more slides to interlink in the same fashion.
- Open Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 presentation.
- Select the text which you want to link to another slide and select the “Insert” tab and click on “hyperlink” under the links group.
- In the “Insert Hyperlink” dialog box, select the “Place in This Document” tab on the left sidebar and select the slide where you want to link to.
- Once you have added the link click “OK”.
- You can see the link in action when you press “F5” on your keyboard. This makes navigation much easier.Â
Didn’t the steps mentioned here help you? Sure they must have, because these steps can definitely crease out the inconveniences of having to scan through numerous slides to bring in the relevant ones together and replicating the action each time you had to do it during the presentation. Â To recall the short steps mentioned above, check out the short video given below: