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If you're working in Prezi a lot, you'll likely find that you're reusing some of your assets. Sharing these assets among all of your Prezis is made easier by using a collection. Your collection is a library of assets that's accessible across all of your Prezis. Let's add something to my collection. First we'll select an object. I'll just click on this logo here. And if I right-click on it. I can choose Add to My Collection. And you can see it showed a little animation going right up to this Insert Menu. So that gives us a hint that collection is stored there.
So let's view the collection. We'll click on Insert, and click on My Collection. And here is the item that we added, along with some others that I use often. If you mouse over an item, a red x will appear, and you can click on that to delete it from the collection. Now you'll notice that this, little preview here is empty. That's actually a video. And as of this recording, they don't give you a preview in the collection unfortunately for videos. But it will place if you click on it and then click Insert. So let's insert this picture of the runner.
I'll click on her and then click Insert. And now here she is right on our canvas, I'll drag her over in place And I'll put it right next to this, block of type here. And now we have imported a asset from our collection. Your collection library can be invaluable. If you've got assets that you use often, making it really easy to reuse them across all of your Prezis.
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