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  • Mike

    Hi Andrew!

    Great question. I did some checking first to see if it was available, which it is currently not. At this time there's not any ongoing work to add this feature in but there has been other requests for it as well. I've added your name to the list of interested parties and we'll keep you updated with any movement here.

    Aside from that, I was able to find a clever workaround. Here's my steps:

    1. Insert image into Presentation
    2. Insert text box and add a chunk of text in (I wrote 'Click here')
    3. Hyperlink that text to where you want it to go (another slide, another document, or a website)
    4. Place that text box on top of the image you inserted
    5. Change the color of the font to be white (or whatever your background is)
    6. Lastly, right click on the text box, choose Arrange and then Send to Back. This ensures the text is behind the image.
    7. To check if it works, go to View > Present and click on the image. Viola!


    It might be hard to tell in my example, but my mouse changes from a pointer to hand and when I click on it, it takes me to a website (the community site) in a new tab.

    Hopefully this workaround can get you where you're going. I suppose really any shape with a hyperlink of text would do. Sadly, i think it might not work if you had a vibrate background that wasn't a solid color. Unless your image were solid too, which would hide the text.

    Let me know what questions you have or if you need anything else. Thanks as always for your contributions and chat with you soon!

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