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Creating Prezi Presentations
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and then click Register and Continue. Click Sign Up Now. two Click Start Now under the Public account type. On the landing page, click New Prezi. Enter a title and description, and then select a template. Now let's look at the various Prezi menus The Theme Menu The Theme Menu selects a theme for your presentation
(fonts and color scheme). The Path Menu The Path Menu allows you to select the order in which frames are displayed during your presentation. Click a frame to add it to your path. The menu to the left of the editing pane lists the frames of your presentation. Simply click and drag a frame to change its position. Path changes are reflected in the menu to the left of the main pane and in the path string on the main pane. The Frame Menu In the Frame Menu, you can select Bracket, Circle, Rectangle, or Invisible Frames. Bracket Circle Rectangle Invisible The Insert Menu The Insert Menu allows you to insert shapes, files, charts, YouTube videos, images, and even Powerpoint presentations. Let's take a little break to watch a short video about working with Prezi objects. Shapes Images Powerpoint files Videos Charts Files Useful Tips Hold down Shift while drawing a frame to maintain a 4:3 ratio.
Right-click an object and use the context menu to move it forwards or backward.s It is best to think of the presentation area as a cube. ...and have a nice day. Thank you for your attention...