Presentation on theme: "1 Hyperlinks and Action Buttons This PowerPoint document will help you learn about ______ and __________ buttons."— Presentation transcript:
1 Hyperlinks and Action Buttons This PowerPoint document will help you learn about ______ and __________ buttons.
2 Hyperlinks In Microsoft PowerPoint, a hyperlink is a ___________ from a slide to ________ slide, a custom show, a _____ page, or a file. The ________ itself can be text or an object such as a picture, _______, shape, or ________. In PowerPoint, hyperlinks become _______ when you ____ your presentation, not when you are __________ it.
3 Hyperlink Choices Existing ____ or Web Page Place in ______ Document Create a _____ Document E-mail __________
4 Hyperlink steps ________ the text or material you want to hyperlink Click on the ______ tab, Links group, Hyperlink Choose the _____ you want to use.
5 Hyperlink Practice – can link to a _____ document: Word a ____ site: Weber School District (Hint: http://www.weber.k12.ut.us) http://www.weber.k12.ut.us to another ____ in this presentation: NOTE: Remember the links will work when you ______ ____ ______.
6 Action Buttons An action button is a ______-______ button that you can insert into your presentation and define _____________. Use action buttons when you want to include buttons with _________ __________symbols for going to the next, ______, first, and last slides. PowerPoint also has action buttons for playing __________ or ____________.
7 Action Buttons continued … Action buttons are most commonly used for when you are ________ while showing the presentation or for ________ study.
8 Action Buttons Steps Click on ______ tab, Illustrations group, ______ and select the appropriate button from the _____ Buttons options. Drag the _____ to create the button. When Hyperlink to: comes up, select Slide… and _____ the slide you want. If you want to ____ your own text, choose the _______ action button.
9 Congratulations! You now are familiar with the hyperlink and action button features. For additional information, use the help feature in PowerPoint to learn more about hyperlinks and action buttons.