Join Garrick Chow for an in-depth discussion in this video Grouping elements, part of Prezi Essential Training.
- As you're building your Prezi,…you'll find that you'll wanna make sure…certain objects stay grouped together.…Having elements grouped together…is useful in situations where you want to move…several objects at once, while making sure you…maintain the spacing and positioning between them.…Or when you want to scale items larger…or smaller simultaneously.…There are three main ways to group items together,…and if you've been following along with me so far,…we've already seen the first method,…which is by making sure all the items…are within the boundaries of a frame.…Now, I'm still working with the Prezi…I created at the beginning of this chapter.…So here's the collection of frames…we were working with earlier.…
So for example, inside this bracket frame…is some text I typed.…If I select the frame and move it,…the text moves along with it.…If I rotate the frame, the content rotates too.…If I make the frame bigger,…the content gets bigger as well.…Let me make that a little bit smaller and move that back.…And of course, this entire collection of frames…
The course also explores how to collaborate with others on a prezi, publish it, and present it remotely on computers, tablets, and other devices.
- Planning your presentation
- Creating a new prezi
- Using the theme wizard
- Adding text, images, links, and more
- Aligning, layering, and grouping elements
- Adding video and audio to a prezi
- Collaborating on a prezi
- Printing a prezi
Skill Level Beginner
1. Overview of Prezi
Planning your presentation4m 12s
2. Getting Started
3. Working with Basic Content
4. Arranging and Zooming
5. Working with Multimedia Elements
6. Presenting Your Prezi
7. Sharing and Publishing Your Prezi
Next steps1m 33s
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