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.

1. Use Prezi's new templates to better tell your story.

The new Prezi offers more than 50 templates that make creating complex presentations dead simple. Picking the right one for your subject matter can mean the difference between a lackluster presentation and a showstopper.

The Prezi team suggests thinking of visuals as an integral component to telling your story, rather than optional tools to include when you have the time. Thinking in visual metaphors helps: For instance, a template depicting two deer butting heads (called "Resolve the Tension") can explain that you're talking about two clashing ideas -- even before you put a line of text onscreen.

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