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How to Prezi

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Preston Meineke

on 31 March 2015

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Transcript of How to Prezi

Prezi is a great alternative to PowerPoint and also Google Presentation.
It's really easy to insert photos. This is a picture of Storm Lake during I'm guessing RAGBRAI.
As you can see you can rotate words and place them in a picture or off.
If you want to insert a picture and have words under or beside it, you need to create a frame around both the picture and the words.
First thing you need to do is select a background and fonts. If you select a font when you are done your font will change and pictures and text will move.
You can also insert shapes, arrows, or draw your own pictures
Another perk to Prezi is you can insert YouTube videos,although, you will not be able to view them here at school unless the bypass is in.
A great thing about Prezi is that it is Cloud based so you can login and access your account anywhere you have the Internet.
In Prezi you can show a main idea
This is a huge mountain
Prezi also lets you insert drawings to use as templates
One of the downsides to Prezi is that it doesn't have spell check. So be careful!
These are his teeth
Use zooming to highlight main ideas
(cc) image by rocketboom on Flickr
(cc) image by quoimedia on Flickr
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