Prezi For Dummies
By Stephanie Diamond
Publisher: Wiley / For Dummies
Final Release Date: August 2010
Pages: 336

Presenting a whole new approach to presentations — start creating prezis today!

Prezi makes you a digital storyteller! Forget boring slides; Prezi is like a digital whiteboard on which you create presentations with unlimited possibilities. It's easy, but it requires a new way of thinking. This book gets you in the right frame of mind, introduces you to the revolutionary interface, and helps you create prezis for every purpose!

  • Slide past slides — explore the freedom Prezi's format makes possible and the competitive edge it offers

  • Pick a plan — decide how you will use Prezi and sign up for the right account

  • About that zebra — explore the Prezi interface, bubble menus, and Zebra editing tool

  • Show, don't tell — see how to construct your presentation as a story with a plot, a hero, and a hook to hold your audience

  • Media mania — add images, videos, and PDFs to your prezi

  • Your brain on Prezi — maximize the power of Prezi tools by understanding how the brain processes a presentation

  • Use Prezi power — brainstorm with Prezi, use it to develop a killer business plan, or create your own branded prezi

  • Not just for business any more — use Prezi to create scrapbooks or as a teaching tool in the classroom

Open the book and find:

  • Steps for creating a prezi

  • How to use the Bubble menu

  • Tips on collaborating with Prezi

  • Where to find reusable content

  • Cool ways to use graphics

  • How to make a prezi public or keep it private

  • What mind maps are and how to use them

  • Ten interesting things about visual thinking

Learn to:

  • Create visual, dynamic presentations with Prezi

  • Insert images, video, sound, and Flash files

  • Publish your prezi to the public domain or share a private copy with coworkers

  • Use Prezi as a collaboration tool

"As a multi-title Dummies author, I am very impressed by the depth of Prezi for Dummies. It's hard enough to write a book that explains a software program from the point of view of readers who has never used it before.
It's even harder to write a book that puts a new software into perspective and links it to classic visual thinking and storytelling techniques…explaining not only how to use it, but when and why from a content and message point of view." (Roger C. Parker, Published & Profitable Blog)
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