How to Add Hotspots to PowerPoint Presentations
Learn how to add hotspots to your presentations in Microsoft PowerPoint in this week’s two-minute IT productivity video!
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Adding Hotspots to PowerPoint Presentations
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Hotspots are hyperlinks within your PowerPoint presentations. Rather than adding text or buttons, you can make an image a link directly for a more stylish and professional looking presentation. In Nicky’s example above, you’ll not only find out how to add a hotspot into your presentation, but how to create several hotspots within a single image. These could be used when adding a graph or chart to a presentation, linking to additional information.
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