Inserting a hyperlink into a PowerPoint presentation is great for quick access to external resources that are relevant to your content. However, the study included with it may divert the audience from the slide message. How to remove it.
Removing the Subtitle from Hyperlink Text
While PowerPoint does not have a specific option to remove the sub-text from the hyperlink text, there is a very simple solution. What we should do is remove the link from the text, place an invisible form over that text and then add the link to that form.
Continue and open your presentation, move to the image that contains underlined hyperlink text
Right-click the text and select "Delete link" from the list of options.
Next, go over to the "Insert" tab and click on the "Shape" button.
A drop down menu appears and presents several different forms. Continue and select the first rectangle in the group "Rectangles".
Click and drag to draw a rectangle that completely covers the text from which you removed the hyperlink.
A new tab "Format" appears in the "Drawing Tools" tab.
On this tab, click the "Form Fill" button
In the drop-down menu, select "No fill."
Now repeat these steps for the contour of the mold. Click the "Shape Outline" button.
Then select "No Outline."
 Then click on the edge of the shape to select it. Although the shape has no sketch or fill now, it should not be difficult because we know where the shape is. Just look at the marker change to find it.
With the shape highlighted head over to the "Insert" tab and click the "Link" button.
In the drop-down menu, select "Insert link."
A new window will be displayed. Copy the destination address in the address bar and then click "OK".
It is always a good idea to make sure that everything works before you move forward by your audience to give your presentation. Continue and preview the slideshow to make sure the link is working properly.