How to share a presentation in Prezi
Prezi is a revolutionary way to create visually interesting presentations and share them with friends. You can use Prezi with PC or Mac and the following supported browsers: Internet Explorer 7 or higher, Firefox 3.0 or higher, and Safari 3 or higher. With the free version, you do not need to download anything. Once you’ve created an account and built your presentation, you might want to share your work with others. There are two ways to do this:
- Store and share your presentation online at Prezi.com. With a free Prezi account, any of your presentations are automatically made public, although you control the ability for others to make changes. You can also upgrade to the $59/yr plan to keep your presentations private.
- Export to your computer. Once you’ve created your online presentation, download it to your computer to share with others. Your presentation will be exported in a zip file that includes its own player. When its finished, all you have to do is unzip the file (double click) and select the Prezi title inside. This presentation can now be emailed, shared in Dropbox, or burned to a CD for distribution. The catch is that, while others can view and use your work, they can only make edits if they sign in to Prezi.com and you’ve given them the proper permissions as previously mentioned.
You will not need any additional software and exported prezis are supported on Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, and Mac OS X operating systems.
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