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Prezi Presentation

Guide to preparing presentation using Prezi
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James Meier

on 13 April 2010

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Transcript of Prezi Presentation

Double click anywhere & add an idea Prezi is a fun and exciting new way to present information and ideas. Prezi is like a whiteboard that allows you to zoom into your presentation to emphasize details or zoom out to see the big picture. Different frames can be used for a variety of reasons but generally to seperate thoughts. Images can be added by accessing the wheel in the top left of the screen. The insert portion of the wheel also offers highlighting options and shapes that are similar to a basic clip art program. The path feature is used to determine the order in which you choose to present your information. If you want to quickly view a piece of information all you have to do is click near it and use the mouse wheel to zoom in and out. In order to pan through your presentation, drag your mouse to your destination. Different fonts and colors found on the help wheel offer many choices to set the tone of the presentation. Finally, when you are finished adding data for your presentation click on the show icon from the help wheel. Watch as you "fly" through your presentation. What new and exciting ideas do you have for Prezi? Opportunities abound! Research Paper Hypothesis Conclusion BIG Discovery!! Evidence Test Hypothesis Falsifiable? Emperically Verifiable? Thanks so much for your time and attention!!
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