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In this course, author and sought-after presenter Lisa Larson-Kelley introduces Prezi, a cutting-edge tool for creating dynamic presentations. Discover how to add layers of meaning to static presentations with multimedia, spatial relationships, and movement.
The course demonstrates the features and benefits of an effective Prezi presentation, shows how to navigate the user interface, and explains how to create, animate, share, and publish a prezi. Plus, Lisa shows how to present your prezi to a remote audience, via a web browser or your desktop.
Now that you've been introduced to the interface, let's look at the various ways to navigate around the canvas. Most of your time editing in Prezi will be spent over here on the canvas. To navigate or pan around the canvas, you can press and hold the mouse button while moving the mouse. In this way, you drag around to view the various parts of your Prezi. Since Prezis are zoomable presentations, you're going to want to zoom in and out to the elements as you edit. There are several ways to do this. Start by placing your mouse over an area where you want to zoom in or out of.
And then if you have a scroll button on your mouse, you can scroll up to zoom out, and back to zoom in. If you have a Mac or other platform that supports this feature, you can drag in and out using two fingers on your track pad. Dragging towards you will pull the items in closer and pushing away will zoom back out. And finally, you can use the manual zoom buttons in the right-hand menu. As you work more in Prezi, you'll get a feel for the navigation method you prefer. Once you're familiar with getting around in the interface, you're ready to dive in and start creating.
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