In Pictures: 10 tips for giving killer presentations with the new Prezi

From using new 3D backgrounds effectively to manipulating multiple objects at once, here are 10 pro tips for using the newest version of Prezi, the red-hot visual presentation tool.

What's different about the new Prezi?

Earlier versions of Prezi used a stylish but unintuitive radial dial as the main UI. The new Prezi streamlines things with a menu-based UI that is a clear nod to PowerPoint's interface for building presentations.

The tool also adds a host of new, professionally designed 2D prezi templates, as well as 3D templates that let you zoom in and out of the prezi's background, giving an almost video-like depth to your prezi. For instance, one of your main points might be displayed onscreen with a mountaintop in the background. Clicking the "Next" button zooms to the mountain's peak, where your next point is displayed.

With help from Prezi's Drew Banks and Zane Groshelle, we uncovered 10 tips for getting the most out of the new Prezi.

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