Presentation on theme: "Do not begin Slide Show. Stay in normal view for now."— Presentation transcript:
1 Learning how to create hypermedia PowerPoint through a PowerPoint hypermedia Do not begin Slide Show. Stay in normal view for now.Step 1: Click or scroll down and read the 2nd slideStep 2: Click here to check your link.Step 3: With what you learned, link the two bullets below to their title slides 2 & the other 3.Linking PagesDisable ‘Advance Slide’Step 4: Start the show again and test your links then come back home to complete step 5Click here to check out the last slide
2 Linking Pages using “Buttons” This is easy. Click on the “Insert” tab from the toolbar at the top.Either highlight the word(s) or select the object you want to use as a button.Try it with this arrow. Select it then-Click on “Action” from the toolbar.Select “Hyperlink to” – scroll down to “Slide…” and choose 4. The Green ArrowClick OKStaying in normal view , click on or scroll down to slide 3. Read and follow the directions.
3 Disable Advance SlideBy doing this, slides will not advance by clicking the screen. Users will have to use the links you make!Click on the “Animations” tab on the top toolbar.On the far right under “Advance Slide” UNcheck the box “On Mouse Click”To the left of that, click on “Apply to All”Next, click on the “Slide Show” tab and select “From Beginning” then follow Step #2HOME
4 The Green ArrowIf you have successfully linked the green arrow to this page…Congratulations!Next, hit ESC to end the slide showCreate a link with the arrow below that goes back to the first page.Then scroll up to the first page and follow Step 3.HOME
5 Linking to WebsitesNot only can you link pages, but you can add links to websites.Instead of showing the long messy address such asYou can embed that link to a word or picture just like you did to link pages.Let’s try linking it with words this time. Press ESC to end show.Highlight the website address above and use the key command “Ctrl + C”Highlight this title in blue font: Weathering & Erosion AnimationsClick on the “Insert” tab from the toolbar at the top.Click on “Action” from the toolbar.Select “Hyperlink to” – scroll down to “URL…”Use the key command “Ctrl + V” to paste the address.Click OKStart the slide show to check your link