…At some point during your presentation, you may want to…switch from your slides to live content on the web.…One way to do this is by adding hyperlinks to your document.…So let's add a hyperlink to our presentation file, and test it out.…Here in my web browser, I'm looking at the website rouxacademy.com.…And I'd like to be able to smoothly jump to this page at the…end of my presentation to encourage people to visit the website for more information.…So I'm going to click…on the web address.…Copy it, close the window and switch over to InDesign.…
Here on the page that'll be the last slide in my presentation, I want to…be able to click on this big blue logo to jump to the Roux website.…So with the selection tool, I'll click once on the logo, open…the hyperlinks panel and in the URL area I'll paste in that rouxacademy.com.…Now in the panel I see the name of the logo image file…which isn't ideal I'd much rather see something…that tells me what I'm linking to I can…just move my cursor over the hyperlink to see a tool tip with the URL or I can…
- Explain the concept behind master pages.
- Demonstrate how to set page transitions.
- Explain the methods used to create hyperlinks.
- Cite ways to add audio and video to an interactive presentation.
- Solve PDF problems in Adobe Acrobat.
- Explain why you shouldn't use the InDesign animation tools to create an interactive PDF.