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Hyperlink Not Working in PowerPoint

Posted on 2014-04-02
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When I copy and paste a hyperlink into a PowerPoint presentation it doesn't show the press CTRL and click to open link.  (Works on MS Word) ,

Any way around this restriction?  Is this new in 2010?


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Hyperlinks in PowerPoint don't work with CTRL+Click like they do in Word. In PowerPoint, they only work when you're in slide show view.
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What Echo said. You can run links in edit view only by RIGHT CLICK > Open Hyperlink.
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Any reason why PowerPoint is not same as MS Word or other office apps
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No idea.
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