After you create illustrations and text for a Web page in Canvas X Draw, use the Link Manager palette to link items to other Web pages and resources on the Internet.
Graphics, such as buttons or images, that lead to other Web pages are called hyperlinks. Text that contains a hyperlink is sometimes called hypertext. Click a hyperlink on a Web page to jump to another page or a different site altogether. The Web browser searches the Internet for the address associated with the hyperlink.
To create invisible “hotspots,” you can assign URLs to objects that don’t have visible strokes or fill inks. This lets you designate any area of a Web page as a hyperlink.
You can make hyperlinks by assigning URLs to any page element, including the following:
To prevent unintended changes, you can’t assign URLs to objects on locked layers, pages, or slides. You must unlock these items prior to making changes.