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    Changing appearance of hyperlinked text (PPT 2007)

    My user has a hyperlink in one of her slides. PPT has formatted the hyperlink with the "usual" blue font and underline. The user doesn't want the text to look this way. I've tried the typical methods of changing the appearance but to no avail. How does one change the appearance of hyperlinked text?

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    Found the answer to my own question.

    1. On the Design tab, in the Themes group, click Colors, and then click Create New Theme Colors.
    2. In the Create New Theme Colors dialog box, under Theme colors, do one of the following:
    To change the color of hyperlink text, click the arrow next to Hyperlink, and then select a color.
    To change the color of followed hyperlink text, click the arrow next to Followed Hyperlink, and then select a color.

    Note: For additional color choices, click More Colors.

    3. Click Save.

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