This video demonstrates how to create interactive links from text, text boxes, and images in Keynote, and how to link to web pages, email addresses, and slides within the presentation itself.
- [Instructor] Every so often you may want to visit…a live website during your Keynote presentation.…In Keynote, you can convert just about any object…into a clickable link that will open up your web browser.…This includes text, text boxes,…shapes, images, lines, arrows, and even videos.…Let's take a look at some examples.…I'm using the exercise file,…02_02_links, but you can use any Keynote file…with some text and images in it.…Let's go to the last slide.…So here we have a slide with contact information.…Maybe I want to add the website and email address…for our hotel chain here as well.…
I'll click here under the Fax number,…and I'll type www.landonhotel.com.…As soon as I press Return, that text becomes…blue and underlined to indicate that this is a link.…So if I go into Play Mode for a moment,…when I click this link,…my web browser opens up,…and takes me to that address.…
So that's pretty simple.…Let's go back to Keynote.…I'll press Escape.…Keynote can also detect whether…you're creating a web link or an email link.…
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