This video runs through the other items found under the Insert menu and shows how to add and edit shapes, lines, arrows, icons and symbols. It also covers how to import a PowerPoint slideshow into a Prezi topic.
- [Instructor] Let's continue looking at the items…we can add to our Prezis from the Insert menu.…The next item we have is Shapes,…and that gives you a variety of circles, squares,…and rectangles you can add to your canvas.…The colors that you see here are based on…the theme you chose, but you can change them,…so it doesn't really matter which one you grab…as long as it's the shape you want.…To use one of these, just drag to onto the canvas,…and with it selected, you can change the color…and the outline up here in the submenu.…And also, these shapes are vector graphics,…meaning you can make them as large as you like…and they'll always remain crisp and sharp on-screen,…even when you zoom all the way in.…
I'll just delete that for now.…Next under Insert, we have Arrows and Lines,…and this gives you a variety of lines and arrows,…but basically, they're all the same except for the colors.…Just drag one onto the canvas,…and you can grab either of the arrow's end handles…to change the length and angle of the line.…
- Creating a new Prezi
- Editing topics and subtopics
- Adding text, images, audio, video, and charts
- Using animation
- Working with collaborators
- Integrating with Slack
- Presenting your Prezi
- Sharing your Prezi
- Tracking the performance of your Prezi
Skill Level Beginner
1. Create Your Prezi
2. Edit Your Prezi
3. Collaborate with Colleagues
5. Share Your Prezi
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