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Do It Yourself Prezi Tutorial - Beginner

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by Tai Tran on 17 April 2013

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Transcript of Do It Yourself Prezi Tutorial - Beginner

Create Frames Layering & Positioning Create Shapes Import Media Insert YouTube video here Insert Image here 1. Images
2. From Google Images
3. Search: [e.g. Jupiter]
4. Select
5. Insert
5. Resize/Rotate/Crop 1. Click on link
2. Copy full URL link
3. Paste full URL link onto Prezi
3. Resize YouTube video Add Images Add Videos Congratulation! Grouping Items Group, Lock, and Move
the paperclips into the box. Shift + Highlight Area Click 'Lock' icon Create Frames The End 1. 2. 3. 4. Edit Path Edit Path This That Layering & Positioning Right Click on any objects You've now mastered Prezi's basics! Inspirations: Inspirations: Create Shapes Add square here Add circle here Add arrow here Learning Prezi one step at a time. To begin, click here: DIY Tutorial There are instructional materials (dark tiles) next to each exercise. Manually move your screen. Holiday Greeting 3D Template Click on picture to open Pre'zume' Pre'zipes' Fairytale Animations Shapes Photo Album Tutorial Compilation Student Organization Meetings Click on picture to open Layer 'this' to look like 'that' To help us improve future DIY tutorials,
please answer this short feedback survey: Contacts: Next tutorial:
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