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        WSCaesar3
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        I’ve prepared a presentation with a light blue background for all slides. Some slides contain a hyperlink that takes the viewer to related MS-Word documents. My problem is that when I insert the hyperlinks, the text disappears into the blue background–the link is in place, and the mouse pointer becomes the pointing finger when it rests over the link, but you can’t see the text. I’ve tried changing the text color, but to no avail. Whazzup?

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        WSTonyCook
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        Edit the Colour Scheme to change the hyperlink’s colour . Choose Format, Slide Colour Scheme. On the Custom tab, doubleclick Accent and Hyperlink. Select the colour you want for your hyperlink text, then click Apply or Apply To All.

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