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Chapter 16. Using PowerPoint's Web Featu... > Design Corner: Creating Invisible Li...

Design Corner: Creating Invisible Links

Linked text in your slideshow can make it easy to jump from one place to another, but because the links themselves look markedly different from the text around them, they can also distract from the overall design of your slide (see Figure 16.20). To remedy this, follow these steps:

1.
Enter the text to which you want to add a hyperlink.

2.
Select the Rectangle button on the Drawing toolbar and create an AutoShape that covers your text.

3.
Select the AutoShape and click the Insert Hyperlink button on the Standard toolbar.

4.
Enter your hyperlink in the Insert Hyperlink dialog box and click OK.

5.
Right-click the AutoShape; set the fill color to No Fill and the line color to No Line in the Format AutoShape dialog box and click OK.


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