Printing a Prezi Classic Presentation

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Printing a prezi first converts a prezi into a PDF before printing it. Check out the tutorial to learn how you can print your prezi.

Note: Printing a prezi is a Pro feature. If you’d like to use this feature and don’t have Prezi Classic Pro account, please upgrade your license. You’ll also get other Pro features like downloading a portable prezi, downloading a PEZ for use with Prezi Classic Desktop, saving a prezi as a PDF, and building editable charts.

When preparing to print your prezi, one path step in your prezi will become one page in the PDF. An initial overview will also automatically be included. For this reason, it may be necessary to edit your path as a presentation does not always follow the same narrative as a document.

Printing a prezi is available through both the online editor and via Prezi Classic for Windows/Mac.

To print a prezi

Select the share icon from the top-menu in Edit mode.

It will take a few seconds for Prezi Classic to convert the path steps into pages. When it is ready, you will be prompted to save your prezi as a PDF file.

After selecting Save PDF you will prompted to name the PDF and choose where to save it. On both Windows and Mac, the default folder is “Downloads.”

Your prezi will now be saved as a PDF document, where every path step will be one page of your document. Now, open your PDF with any software that supports PDFs (such as Adobe Reader) and print the PDF file directly from your computer.


  • To avoid printing multiple pages with the same content, create a linear path with no duplicate path steps.
  • Remember the more path steps in your prezi, the more pages in your PDF file. Please consider the environment before printing.

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