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.

4. Use text drag-apart to quickly place text.

Double-click anywhere in your Prezi template to insert text. If you have a large block of text that you want to break up into smaller sections that appear in various locations in your prezi, you don't have to insert all those pieces individually: Simply drop the whole block in at once, then highlight any segment of text within the text box and drag it to a new location on the canvas.

You can also drag chunks of text to the edge of the prezi to trigger the auto-pan function: During your presentation, Prezi will automatically pan to that section of text.

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