I have a PowerPoint presentation made in Office 2016, where I am linking to some images in a folder. Thus, when the pictures change (e.g. due to being updated with new data), the images in the presentation are also updated. This is all good. After a while, though, it becomes hard to keep track of the images and their names and locations.
My question: How do I find the source URL of an image in the presentation? So for example, if the image is linked to c:\some-picture.jpg, I'd like to know how I can see this path and filename for the image in PowerPoint?
I know that I can see a list of all links to files in the File menu by clicking "Edit Links to Files" - however, this shows all links and don't show the connection between which images belong to which files, and this is a problem with e.g. 50+ images in a presentation.