Create a Hyperlink to a New Email Message in PowerPoint 2013 for Windows

Created: Tuesday, February 23, 2016, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 3:45 am



We have learned about gazillion ways to work with hyperlinks in PowerPoint 2013 – but why would anyone want to create a new email with a hyperlink in PowerPoint? First of all, it is quite acceptable that you do not wish to create an email via a hyperlink. However, you sure must be curious about why this feature exists? This works best in presentations that are sent to others via email, or via a download. Once the recipients view your slides, you might want some feedback from them. And that’s precisely why you can add an email hyperlink on your slides (typically your last slide) so that recipients of your presentation can click a link to open a new email!

Learn how you can create a new email message with a hyperlink in PowerPoint 2013.

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