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Chapter 19. Using Hyperlinks in Presenta... > Linking to the Internet During a Pre...

Linking to the Internet During a Presentation

Giving a professional presentation is one of the primary goals for any presenter. Linking to the Internet through URL hyperlinks challenges that goal by introducing several new variables. Perhaps the best way to prepare for a flawless presentation is through practice, practice, practice. Never is this more true than when using Internet hyperlinks.

Hyperlinks present choices for you during a presentation. Hyperlinks should be thought of as supporting evidence to your presentation; and you may find that certain evidence just isn't necessary when presenting. If it isn't necessary to utilize a certain hyperlink during a presentation, then don't. Think of yourself as an army that comes prepared for the worst. If you need to access an Excel spreadsheet, you can; if you need to access your corporate WWW server, you can. These options are available, but if they are not necessary to clinch the sale or pass the budget or teach the class, then don't clutter your presentation by accessing "outside" information.


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