People who have been seeking a flashier version of PowerPoint have found it—and it's Prezi. A Web-based, slide-free presentation tool, Prezi allows users to create and give rich, Web-based presentations complete with dynamic content, contextual layouts, and eye-catching visuals. Prezi For Dummies gets you rapidly up to speed, including how to think outside the traditional slide, create your project, insert Flash and other graphic files, and publish your presentation to a public domain. You’ll also learn valuable tips on what makes a good Prezi.
- Introduces Prezi, a Web-based, Flash-friendly, dynamic presentation tool
- Explains how to use online and offline editors and insert images, video, sound, Flash files, and other complex graphics
- Covers presenting a Prezi, publishing it to a public domain, and collaborating with others
- Offers tips and insights on what makes a good Prezi—and how to think visually to create content that benefits your business or organization
Move beyond slides, put your visual thinking cap on, and get the very most of Prezi with this timely, practical guide.
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