Learn how you can add transparent hyperlinks to text or any other slide object in PowerPoint 2013.
Author: Geetesh Bajaj
Product/Version: Microsoft PowerPoint 2013
OS: Windows 7 and higher
Why would you add a hyperlink to any slide object within PowerPoint? There may be many answers to that question, but if we had to choose one answer that would be true all the time, it would be to add value to your slides and enhance their capabilities. However, these hyperlinks are two-edged swords because when you create a hyperlink, you may be telling your audience that it is a link! Look at Figure 1, where the underlined text clearly represents a hyperlink.
Figure 1: A conspicuous hyperlink
The purpose of this tutorial is to make this link transparent, as in “invisible”. However, it should still be a link!
Follow these steps to learn how you can create transparent links in PowerPoint 2013:
To learn more about Transparency, No Fill, and No Outline attributes, you can refer to these tutorials:
Transparency for Shape Fills in PowerPoint 2013
No Fill for Shapes in PowerPoint 2013
No Outline for Shapes in PowerPoint 2013
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