Link to a place in a document, new document, or email address
- Select the text, shape, or picture that you want to use as a hyperlink.
- Select Insert > Hyperlink and select an option: …
- Fill in the Text to display, ScreenTip, and where you want to link to.
- Select OK.
How do you add a source to a picture in a presentation?
To cite an image or photo in PowerPoint, you’ll need to first open a PowerPoint presentation and insert a picture or image. To add a citation to the image, you’ll need to add a text box. To do this, click Insert > Text Box on the ribbon bar.
Insert a linked object
- Click in the slide where you want to place the object.
- On the Insert tab, in the Text group, click Object.
- Click Create from File.
- In the File box, type the name of the file, or click Browse to select from a list.
- Select the Link check box.
- Do one of the following:
In the Image Map Editor, click on “Create Area” Draw a rectangle or circle area on top of the image: that will be the link area. Enter the destination URL in the “Link” field and choose a target (typically a new/blank page) You can add more than one link areas.
This is an easy three-step process:
- Insert the image into the document.
- Right-click the image and select “Link” from the drop-down menu.
- Type or paste the hyperlink address into the “Address” field.
How do you cite pictures in a PowerPoint?
To insert the image you want to cite, click the “Insert” tab, then click the “Picture” button below the tab. Navigate to the picture to cite and double-click the image and drag it into place on the slide.
How do you cite an image?
Include information in the following order:
- author (if available)
- year produced (if available)
- title of image (or a description)
- Format and any details (if applicable)
- name and place of the sponsor of the source.
- accessed day month year (the date you viewed/ downloaded the image)
To link to a frame or object on the same page, click the text frame or object into which you want to continue the text flow. To link to an existing frame or object on a different page, click the corresponding Page tab on the document navigator, and then click the text frame or object.
Click Insert → Link or press Ctrl + K (Cmd + K in Mac). You can also click the Insert link button on the toolbar.