This video explains how to export your Prezi as a PDF, which you can then distribute to your audience as a handout.
- [Instructor] Often times audiences would like…to have a copy of your presentation as a handout.…Now we saw earlier how to create a portable Prezi…from the Prezi desktop app,…which gives you a stand alone version of the Prezi…you can save to a flash drive, or maybe some place online…where your audience can download a copy.…However if you want to offer a printed version…of your presentation you can export your Prezi as a PDF.…To do this start on your dashboard…and you can either click the down arrow…under the presentation, and here chose Export PDF…or you can click the menu, and here click the PDF icon.…
Either option opens up the Export to PDF window we see here…and I can click Start exporting.…Prezi will then generate the PDF.…Depending on the length and number of steps in your Prezi…it could take several minutes or more.…But once you see the Save PDF button you can click that…and in this case it opens up the PDF here…in my browser window.…But we can see here that each step of the presentation…is converted into one page of the PDF.…
- 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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