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Copy of Academy: Prezi Workflow in 15 minutes
Transcript of Copy of Academy: Prezi Workflow in 15 minutes
God's Gifts Write It's time to pinpoint Key messages, relations.
It's time to find your focus. Now you have a great overview of your ideas Focus And of course, this is an iterative process.
By using Prezi's simple interface, you can develop your ideas, how they relate, and how you can show them. Doubleclick_ Do it with Prezi: Title Body Title drag to resize textbox Change the textbox style here Zebra Options Do it with Prezi some more stuff... Common ground In Prezi you create hierarchy with size.
Scale up important points, arrange related details, and develop them with text and images.
By Doing this: You retain a good overview, and find relations. Prezi helps you think about what you want to say. The result will be very visual--even without using images or clipart. Bad News Double click to write text or to edit existing text Move things around Ideas Next Step: Duration of Game Event 1 Event 2 Event 3 Click on an object, and you'll see the Transformation Zebra This is how you use the Zebra: Click on the + menu on the Zebra, to access options for your selection This is the Bubble Menu.
It has most of the tools you will use. Click on a bubble to activate it. Click on Insert, and 'Load File' to upload an image You can use shapes, arrows too Find the Focus And focus on the important parts Message Related Arguments Related Arguments Related Arguments This is a Frame Do it with Prezi: Click on Frame on the menu, and choose a type Then drag your mouse to draw a Frame Circular frames are great to show a strong focus.
And, they are easy to see when zoomed out. You'll see a small mark while editing at the top, to indicate 'up' Bracket frames are more subtle, and relate more to the final view. Hold down shift while drawing to create a 4:3, projector aspect ratio Frame Or to focus on parts of a sentence So you can add details so, you can:
Write text with doubleclick.
Play with layout using the zebra
Find focus points using frames One more thing... To see how your words, images, and frames will appear when presenting, click on Show. This will take you to Show mode, where:
Click on an object to zoom to it
Click the background to zoom out
Use the up/down keys to zoom in/out Hint: You can press space any time to toggle between edit mode and show mode. You can even just hold down space, click to navigate, and release it, and continue editing. Storyline Do it with Prezi Show it with Prezi Click on Path Then click on the objects you want in the Path. Takeaways 1 2 3 4 5 Drag the large circles:
to the background to remove the current path step
to other objects to swap them into the path Drag small circles onto objects to insert them into the path Press this button to create a Frame from the current view, and add it to the Path. Delete All will remove your whole Path. O Click on Show to start the presentation Go to Fullscreen. Stay on Path Now you can click through your prezi in several way:
Use these buttons
Use the arrow keys
Use a remote presenter You can zoom out, detour any time, and simply click Next to get back to the Path Hold down the 'Next' button, and select an Auto-Play timing To jump back to the start, hold down the 'Previous' button, and select Back to start Using the Path:
you can easily present with a remote clicker.
When you embed your prezi in a blog, visitors will find it much easier to navigate. The last Frame type is a filled rectangle, which works well as a backdrop over images. It creates the most 'slide-like' experience. …In the course of justice, none of us
Should see salvation: we do pray for mercy;
And that same prayer doth teach us all to render
The deeds of mercy. The quality of mercy is not strained,
It droppeth as the gentle rain from heaven
Upon the place beneath