Join Garrick Chow for an in-depth discussion in this video Using the Theme Wizard, part of Prezi Essential Training (2015).
- [Voiceover] As I previously mentioned,…when you're just beginning to learn about Prezi,…a good way to get started is to use…one of the many templates you can choose from…when you create a new presentation.…Anytime you click New Prezi, the template chooser appears…and you can browse through to find one…that looks like it might work for your presentation.…I'll just select this one called Company Introduction.…So, playing around in this prefabricated designs…can teach you a lot about the many ways…a Prezi can be constructed, and you're free…to customize the layout and placement of the elements…on the canvas however you like to suit your needs.…
For example, this particular template starts zoomed in…on this element here, rather than zoomed out…where you can see the title and the entire canvas.…Now starting zoomed in can be an effective way…to focus on one topic of your talk…and then later zoom out to reveal the big picture.…So you can use the template as is…and just make your way around it,…customizing the contents.…
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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