By default, hyperlinks in PowerPoint 2007 are blue. Furthermore, the color of hyperlinks is dependent on the theme applied to the presentation. Although the default color is blue, the color changes depending on the theme you apply. In some situations, you might want to change the default color of hyperlinks; for example, when you want hyperlinks to blend in with the rest of the text on your slides.

Changing the color of hyperlinks in a theme in PowerPoint 2007 is simple to do. You can change the color of both hyperlinks and followed hyperlinks. (Followed hyperlinks are those links that have already been clicked)

The exact steps are described in detail below.

  1. Within your presentation, click the Design tab.
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  3. Within the Themes group, click Colors.
  4. Click Create New Theme Colors.
  5. To change the color of hyperlinks, click the arrow beside Hyperlink and select a color.
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  7. To change the color of followed hyperlinks, click the drop down arrow beside Followed Hyperlinks and select a new color.
  8. Click Save.

Note: If you’re using PowerPoint 2010, the steps to change the color of hyperlinks are identical to those described above.