Printing the Presentation

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I was wondering if a presentation can be printed out so it can be published in a notebook?
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Clint Reynolds

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Hi Clint,
Prezi currently doesn't support printing. With the different layers of details, much of it would print too small to read.

If you want to print the overview frame, other users have taken a screenshot and printed that so the audience can make notes around it.

Hope this helps,
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Hi all,

I am happy to introduce prezi print. Convert your prezi to pdf and print! One path step a page. You can now find "Print" next to "Save" in the online editor.

Please leave your comments and feedback here:

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This reply was created from a merged topic originally titled
Is there a way to print out Prezi yet? Many thanks!! :).
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You can use the prezi print function to create a PDF that can be saved and then opened and printed from the Acrobat reader. Works just like any standard PDF file. It prints one page for each prezi path step. I've used this and it works great.
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I printed my presentation into 18 slides, but the files is huge - 19MB. Any tips for downloading a lower res version that is smaller?
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Lulu, I'm assuming you have access to Adobe Acrobat Pro. If so, try optimizing the PDF. Also there is a reduce file size command. Both are located in the "documents" toolbar in Acrobat Pro.
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We can print as editors..but as a viewer? how can we do it?
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I've been waiting for this question. I hope we could get an answer to this soon.

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