Using Hyperlinks To Create Complex Presentations In Keynote

You can use text hyperlinks to create complex navigation between slides in Keynote. In this example, we'll create a quiz that links answers to different slides. You can export this type of presentation as HTML, or use it in Keynote with settings to lock out other types of navigation.

Comments: 3 Responses to “Using Hyperlinks To Create Complex Presentations In Keynote”

    Joel Anderson
    10 years ago

    Once again, Gary, you've shown something I didn't even know was there. Thanks!

    10 years ago

    Gary this is brilliant I can make a link into a web site but how do I get back again

      10 years ago

      If you are linking out to a Web site, then you are now using a different app. To get back to Keynote while presenting, just Command+Tab to switch back to Keynote.

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