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I had a somewhat similar problem and found the following solution: 1) Open the Master Slide; 2) Select "Colors..." at the top of the Master Slide; 3) At the "Theme colors" dialog (right-hand side of the screen), select "Link"; 4) Pick the desired link color and it is finished...


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Your first formula worked for me. Perhaps there's something off about the way you've formatted one of the URL's?


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It looks like this feature wasn't around when this question was asked, but things have definitely changed :) source


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As You can see from the prefix it's JPEG file encoded by base64 binary-to-text encoding scheme. So, it's not a hyperlink but the whole file instead. Technically, You could use this in HTML, CSS, etc to save some extra requests and/or issues with offsite resource not being available anymore. Various browsers and scrapers used to use that just to download ...


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