This video demonstrates how to create charts from spreadsheet data to your Prezi.
- [Instructor] If you have a Plus-level subscription…or higher to Prezi, you have the ability…to automatically generate charts from spreadsheet data…and then customize the appearance and look of the chart…like any other object in your Prezi.…Let's go to the Insert menu and here we see Charts.…That pops open the Charts panel…and we can choose from Dark or Light-themed charts.…Whichever you pick,…you can then choose from seven different types of charts.…We have Line, Bar, Column, Pie,…Multiple Axes, Scatter, and Hierarchy.…
The type of chart you choose…depends both on the data you're trying to get across…and how you want to present or visualize that data.…But don't worry if you're not sure which type to use…because you can always come back…and edit the chart at any point,…so you're not committing to a single type here.…Let's go with a line chart for this example.…I'll just drag that into my Prezi, and there it is.…And with the chart still selected,…I'm going to click Edit chart.…And over here on the right,…I'm going to go to the Edit data tab.…
- Identify the concept that Prezi presentations are designed around.
- Name the Prezi function that lets you zoom in to focus on detail and zoom out to get a big picture perspective.
- Recall how to remove comment dots and close comments in a presentation.
- Explain the difference between presenting from edit mode and from the dashboard.
- Recall how to prevent unauthorized people from viewing a Prezi Live presentation.
- Identify the file type which Prezi presentations can be exported as.
Skill Level Beginner
1. Create Your Prezi
2. Edit Your Prezi
3. Collaborate with Colleagues
5. Share Your Prezi
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