In PowerPoint, we often use the link operation, the author in the process of using summed up some of the experience, write to share with you.
Change the color of linked text
If you're tired of the default link text color in PowerPoint and the text color of the clicked link, you can select from the pop-up color Scheme dialog box by using the slide color scheme (PowerPoint 2002 should be the edit color scheme in slide design) on the Format menu Custom tab, and then you can set the appropriate settings.
Remove the underline of linked text
If you want to remove the underline of the linked text, you can not see the underline of the linked text by inserting a new text box into the slide (instead of using the text box that came with the slide layout), and then selecting the text title, and then setting the hyperlink to the text box.
A link hint message appears
If you want to add a link hint message to a slide, just click the ScreenTip button in the Link dialog box and enter the appropriate message.
Problem with virus prompts for linked executables
Sometimes we need to link to an executable program during the slide show, even if the security of macro is set to low, the system will be prompted with "This file may carry a virus" when the link is present. How do I close this message? In fact, just select the link title, use action settings on the Slide Show menu, and select the executable you want to run.
Tip: When you open an executable file in PowerPoint 2000, you do not need to set the security level of the macro, but you do not have to set the security of macro to low in PowerPoint 2002 to make the message appear.