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Copy of Academy: 10 ways to say it with prezi

Prezi is simple: You Write, Zoom, Arrange.Using these simple means, you can express many things - with great impact.Here are some basic examples such as timelines, TOC, Zen likes.

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on 10 May 2010

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Lists? Who are we? Timeline To hide a detail, Clipart? add footnotes* ? * Footnotes are not needed! Just place comments and references inline - it really helps. Your eyes don't need to jump around! or create surprise: Images Your audience will love that they have an overview, too! What have we covered? What's coming up? Focus! For that moment of silence in your talk...
(the ZEN thing) make it tiny In practice, this means that you need to scale up section titles, so they can be read when zoomed out. Also, think of arranging all these into a meaningful form! And return to the overview in your Path a lot (Which is simply a large frame) So you can make
Endless lists
Of important points
That look alike
And are smaller than the title
And so on...
You know what we mean...
But using frames
You can zoom to focus on specific lines Yeah we do have bullet points Diagrams Import your diagram as an Image (or preferred as PDF or SWF), then just add frames and create a path to show its various parts. Slides... You can leave the path any time, zoom out, show something related, respond to a comment
- and return to your path by simply clicking next! ... are history. Add a path to your Prezi to create the main narrative. Or click on another Path element to continue from there Candide Dr House s m l xl An easy way to express yourself is to play with text layout. I'm not. offer great narratives! Team Opinion Leader Goals Risks slippery
no colors strong
never look into the camera leads the crowd
never listens beyond imagination
lack of it creates depression
so should not be reachable .............02.............................04...................................06.................................08.....................................10 great boom small decline great depression small boom Create a timeline, and zoom into segments using frames CEMS MIM
Sergiu Hamza
Chrissy Lin Prezi is simple:
Arrange. Timeline is just a text with dots and numbers ...1...2 . . 3 ... Using these simple means, you can express many things - with great impact.

Here are some basic examples: You're all different! Yes, we are all different! Yes, we are all different! Yes, we are all different! Yes, we are all different! Yes, we are all different! Yes, we are all different! So your audience can focus too, and see the important details Use scale to show relations Use rotation to give an emotional touch You get the idea... O W e 0 : . . ) w w That's All Folks! Quiz: How was this pig made?
Hint: It's only Prezi, no Clipart. If you leave enough empty space around a text or image, Prezi can focus on it easily One more thing... One more thing....if you want a strong finale, a large zoom out effect at the end is one solution. Then you can reveal that this whole time we were moving around inside a car, television, or the mind of Porky Pig! February 2010 Feb 2010 Allen N. Berger W. Scott Frame Financial Economist and Policy Adviser
Research Department
Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta Federal Reserve Board
Financial Institutions Center Wharton
University of Pennsylvania Associate Professor of Finance
Tilburg University
European Banking Center Vasso Ioannidou The authors Collateral Especially within banking -> refers to secured lending (also known as asset-based lending). More recently, complex collateralisation arrangements are used to secure trade transactions (also known as capital market collateralization
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