Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Viewing a Presentation
new computer program, and then create a hyperlink to that same program so
you can demonstrate how that program actually works. When you exit that
program, you return to your PowerPoint presentation again.
Make sure that your computer has enough memory to run both PowerPoint
and any other program you want to run.
To create a hyperlink that runs a program, follow these steps:
1. Highlight the text in a text box that you want to turn into a program
hyperlink.
2. Click the Insert tab.
3. Click the Action icon in the Links group.
The Action Settings dialog box appears.
4. Select the Run Program radio button.
5. Click Browse.
The Select a Program to Run dialog box appears.
6. Click in the Look In list box to choose the drive that contains the
program you want to run.
7. Click in the folder and then click Open to find the program you want
to run.
You may have to repeat this step multiple times.
8. Click the program you want to run and then click OK.
The Action Settings dialog box appears again.
9. Click OK.
Viewing a Presentation
After you finish arranging your slides, adding transitions, and adding
hyperlinks, you’re ready to test how your entire presentation looks. To view your
entire presentation, follow these steps:
1. Click the Slide Show tab.
2. Click the From Beginning icon in the Start Slide Show group, as shown
in Figure 13-11.
PowerPoint displays the first slide of your presentation.
You can also choose the From Beginning command by pressing F5.
 
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