How To Use Prezi?
Getting Started with Prezi
Now that we have an understanding of Prezi’s key terms, let’s see how to get started with. Even if Prezi allows you to begin working with a blank canvas, this approach can be time consuming, at least for a newcomer. Instead, to give your presentation a slick look in a few minutes, you can start working with one of the many built-in templates. With only a few steps, you will be able to tweak your template and give it your own personal touch.Templates are specially designed to assist you with the transition from traditional presentation tools like PowerPoint or KeyNote to Prezi’s dynamic format. You don’t have to worry that a template will limit your creativity. They are simply designed to save you lots of time and will help you understand the benefits of using a nonlinear style.
Prezi sets up templates in a range of styles, and when you choose one, you should consider which one works best for you. So don’t hesitate to take some time and experiment with the different styles and get a feel for how they work.
Now that we have our presentation created on a Prezi template, we can start customizing the colors and adding text. To do that, you must click the customize button on the top of the screen and… start working on your presentation.
Here are some of the most useful tips that will help you work faster with Prezi:
- use left-click and hold to move around,
- hover the mouse over a piece of content to select it (a blue box will appear). Then you can zoom into it.
- move your mouse to the middle of the screen to display the zoom in and zoom out box
Another easy way to start working with Prezi is to import existing content from a PowerPoint presentation. With Prezi, each slide is turned to a separate frame. When a slide is imported, Prezi smartly identifies each individual element like title, body, and images. This allows you to edit work on the elements separately.