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Hi everyone,
I m struggling !! I wanna link an image of my slide to a text that appears when i move my mouse over or away from it. All that in the slide show mode.
I know it's got something to do with hyperlink but I can only link it to a web address or a program. I just want a text, explaining the picture. I ve found the way on pc, it's 'bookmark' but can't find it on mac... ?



Hope that make sense and that one of you have the solution.
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It should be the exact same way. Just use hyperlink and then click on screen tip and put in the text you want to display.
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Thank you for your fast answer!
The thing is that i can only use the screen tip if i put a web link otherwise it doesn't let me validating it..
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Just put a fake link in - or a link to someplace in your document.
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