This support page is about Prezi Classic. If you’re looking for help with Prezi Next, please click here.
Our world is global, and so are the audiences for your presentations. The Prezi Classic online editor and Prezi Classic Desktop both support the input of all Roman alphabets as well as Chinese, Korean, Thai, and Japanese script.
Prezi Classic will automatically detect the language you are working in. How it does this depends on whether you are using the online editor or the Prezi Classic desktop application.
Prezi Classic online editor
The language setting is determined by your account language preference. If you are not logged in, the setting is determined by your browser language.
To change the language for Prezi.com
Scroll down to the bottom of any page and simply click your language of choice. You can do this from any page on Prezi.com.
Please note that it is not possible to change language settings from within the online editor. To change the language of the editor you will need to save and exit your prezi.
Prezi Classic Desktop
The language setting is determined by your computer's operating system, but you can change the language setting manually. For instructions on changing language with Prezi Classic Desktop, click here for Windows and here for Mac.
Prezi Classic understands that you sometimes need more than one language in a prezi. To input text in a language other than the one you are working in, you will need to change your theme. For detailed instructions on how your choice of theme allows you to input the various international scripts supported by Prezi Classic, click here.