Why Can't I Change fonts and colors in my Pro Ed. Prezi?

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Hi there!...I just wanted to know how to chenge the fonts of a particular topic or phrase in prezi without changing anything else...That's because I click on "Color and fonts" bubble but you can only change the whole style of the canvas...I got the Pro Edition...Also I miss an explanation even more specific to be able to do some of the amazing examples you show in advanced lessons. Greetings from Spain. Javi
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Balint Gabor, Employee

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Currently there is no option to change individual fonts and colors, you can only change the style of the whole prezi.
Regarding the examples, you should check http://prezi.com/learn. If you don't find the answers to your questions there, feel free to ask here on getsatisfaction.

best regards,
Balint Gabor
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Robin Morris

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If you have any font-bundles for sale, let me know. I need to be able to use Bold, Italics, Underline and choose from various fonts regardless of the prezi style.
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Lars Mielke

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Not being able change fonts and colors is a real breaker for Prezi.
Its a fantastic tool, but not being able to use it in "corporate design" is bad.
If this does not change very soon, I'll have to cancel my subscription ... as Prezi then is useless to me.
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I agree, According to the instructions at http://prezi.com/learn/create-text/- the instructions state - "...Note that one text box can only have one font. Create multiple texts to mix colors/fonts. " There hopefully is a way to mix the "San Serif font (photo title 1 theme) with simple hand script font (ideas outline theme). This is important for 'side bar' notes etc. that need a distinction between ;Glossy look / feel / design to a drill down to a 'Helpful Tip" that is only seen with a Power Zoom. Thanks!
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Elena del Cerro

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I agree that in time Prezi will have to let users choose their own fonts. The sooner the better
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Miz DeShannon

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Ah, just embarking on a 'corporate' presentation and have been wondering why I couldn't change font. Not good!

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