Once you’ve created your document, you need to save it as a PDF to use as a template for all of your future resources. In PowerPoint, go to “File—->Save As.” From the bottom drop down menu, select “PDF” as your file type.
Name it. Remember where you’re saving it. I prefer to save everything to my desktop so I can find it there later. I have a pretty clean desktop though, so use what works for you.
Now, you have a PDF of your credit page! Here’s the tricky part. If you don’t have ADOBE Pro, I’m not sure how you’re going to follow the rest of this tutorial. And truthfully, if you’re creating freebies or paid products using clipart, simply using a PDF is NOT securing your work, or the clipart. So, to protect yourself and the clipart you purchased from being copied and pasted elsewhere, I recommend you make the investment NOW rather than later.
You can find the one-time download of Adobe Acrobat Pro here.
Open up your PDF. On the right side, you’ll see the TOOLS tab. Click it. A sidebar menu will open up. Now click “Content Editing” and “Add or Edit Link.”
Now, drag your mouse around an area to mark the spot you want your buyers to be able to click on to go to the link. Here I’ve selected the area around the image of my shopping cart to direct people to my store. Make your settings like this:
After you’re all done adding any links you want for your PDF, go to File—> Save.