2. Open the Page Inspector and select the Page Header tab (the third tab).
3. Click on the "Assets" tab and you will see an area called "Page Assets". Assets are managed on an individual page basis. If you want to add the same asset to multiple pages, you must add it within each page's asset pane.
4. Click on the "Add Files..." button.
5. Navigate to the file that you want to add.
a. If you are adding a PowerPoint presentation, make sure you have already exported the PowerPoint file as a web page. You must add the ".htm" or ".html" file and the corresponding folder that were created when you exported the PowerPoint presentation.
b. If you want a PDF file to open within the web browser, you must add it as an asset as well.
6. Select the file(s)/folder(s) you want to add and click "Open". The file(s)/folder(s) will now appear in the Asset Manager.
7. On your webpage, highlight the text you want to link and click the "Add Link" button.
8. The Add Link dialogue box appears. Click on the URL dropdown menu and hold the mouse over "Asset". The files you have added as assets will appear in this menu. Select the file that you want to link to and click "Set Link".