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LaTeX in Prezi

This presentation shows how to add nicely-formatted equations to a Prezi presentation
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Robert Mathews

on 10 May 2017

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Transcript of LaTeX in Prezi

Adding LaTeX equations to Prezi
Choose Images > From Google Images...
IF YOU'RE USING MATHTYPE: in the Insert image dialog, paste the equation into the From web section. (If you're not using MathType, your LaTeX must be in a CodeCogs SWF encoded URL. See http://www.codecogs.com/latex/eqneditor.php
Click Search
When your equation is rendered, move into position and scale.
If you know
LaTeX...
If you don't know
LaTeX, use
MathType
Here's an example:
continue to step 3
In the
Preferences
menu, choose
Cut & Copy Preferences
Choose the
Prezi
application from the list at the bottom.
Create the equation, then select & copy it.
From the Prezi toolbar:
UPDATE
Since it's no longer possible to insert an equation from a URL as described in this presentation, we recommend either:

Using MathType at a font size of 48pt, GIF resolution of 600ppi. Save equation as GIF and upload to your presentation.

Using http://www.codecogs.com/latex/eqneditor.php, create the equation at "huge" size and "300" resolution. Copy the URL and paste it into a browser. Right-click (Mac ctrl-click), save it, and upload it to your presentation.

Next, there are examples of each of these.
Compare...
MathType:
CodeCogs:
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