You can highlight hot spots (hot spot: An area on an object containing a hyperlink. An entire object can be a single hot spot, or an object can contain multiple hot spots. A picture with hot spots is called an image map.) on a graphic. For example, you might use this feature if it's hard for you to see the hot spot outlines that are superimposed on the graphic.
- In Page view, at the bottom of the document window, click Design .
- Click the graphic.
- On the Pictures toolbar, click Highlight Hotspots .
If the Pictures toolbar is hidden, right-click the graphic, and then click Show Pictures Toolbar on the shortcut menu.
- To display the graphic without highlighting, click Highlight Hotspots again.