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.

6. Use fade-ins to make frames rich but not busy.

Prezi's fade-in function allows you to pack several visual elements into the same frame -- without overwhelming your audience. The items start out invisible and fade in individually as you move through the prezi's path.

Once you've inserted your text and images, click the Add Frames button to create a new frame. Drag the frame over all the items you want to fade in. Click Edit Path in the left sidebar that displays thumbnails of your frames, then click the star icon next to your new frame.

The Animation window appears. Click on each of the objects in the order you want them to fade in. A number appears next to each object as you click it. Click Reset to start over or Done when you're done.

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