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PPT 2013, how to insert a link

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I want to insert a link to an external web site

something like

You can clock Here to go to the webpage

Any when you clock on Here, you will go to 9.9.9.9

How can I do this

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Question by:Anthony Lucia
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Hi,

Select the word "here" and then Goto Insert /Hyperlinks

And write the address in the corresponding textbox

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Rgonzo1971 has it right. Select the text to hold the link, go to Insert | Hyperlink. On the left side of the dialog make sure you've selected Existing File or Web Page in the "Link to" area, then type the URL in the ADDRESS field on the bottom.

 insert hyperlink dialog
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