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hello, i need to place a hypertext in powerpoint such that when the text is clicked, it will display another window, with a list of texts, is this possible, i don't know how to do this, please help.
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By using the Action Settings command on the Slide Show menu, you can create a hyperlink from any object --- including text, shapes, tables, graphs, or pictures and use it to jump to another place in your presentation, another presentation, another program such as Word, or an address on the Internet. Hyperlinks become active when you run your slide show, not when you're creating the show.
But which version of powerpoint are you using? This function is available in Ms-Office 97.
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