This video explains how to link to a website directly from text or an image on a PowerPoint slide.
- [Instructor] As we've seen,…you can include text, images, videos, and audio…in your PowerPoint presentations.…But there will most likely be times…when you'll want to show other types of content,…like a web page or a file…that can't be imported into PowerPoint.…In most cases, you can create a link…within your presentation that,…when clicked, can do things like…open up your web browser to a specific address…or jump to another point in your presentation.…Let's see how this works.…I'm back on the first slide of my presentation,…and I wanna add a link to my hotel's website…so that I can easily get there with one click,…instead of having to first switch to my web browser…and type in the address.…
You can turn both text or images into links.…I'm gonna go to the Insert Tab…and choose a Text Box…and I'll just drag to create a Text Box…here in the lower left-hand corner.…And I'll type in some text, Landonhotel.com.…And the text here doesn't have to be the actual address.…It can be anything you want.…But now, I wanna make it interactive.…
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- Recall the purpose of the Eraser tool.
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- Explain how to store a presentation online.
- Summarize the process for sending a view-only link to a presentation without using OneDrive.