Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Creating a Link to a Slide in the Current Presentation
Documents created in other applications (if the user has those applications
installed and those document fi les are available)
Graphic fi les (if the user has access to an application that can display them)
Internet web pages (if the user has an Internet connection and a web browser)
E-mail addresses (if the user has an Internet connection and an e-mail program)
FTP site addresses (if the user has an Internet connection and a web browser or an
FTP program)
Creating a Link to a Slide in the Current Presentation
The most common kind of link is to another slide in the same presentation. There are many
uses for this link type; for example, you can hide several backup slides that contain extra
information. You can then create hyperlinks on certain key slides that allow the users
to jump to one of those hidden slides to peruse the extra facts. To create a hyperlink to
another slide, follow these steps:
1. Start the hyperlink normally (on the Insert tab, click Hyperlink).
2. In the Insert Hyperlink dialog box, click Place in This Document. The dialog box
controls change to show a list of the slides in the presentation (see Figure 19.5).
FIGURE 19.5
Select the slide that the hyperlink should refer to.
Click here to select
from the content
of the current
presentation file.
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Select the desired slide.
3. Select the slide or custom show that you want.
4. Click OK.
 
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