Shortcuts that’ll change your life
…well, your presentation anyway. Create presentations faster than ever before with a few of our favorite shortcuts:
Copy and Paste
You can even copy an entire topic and place it elsewhere in your presentation.
Rotate and Resize
Adjust an object, shape or image ‘til it’s perfect.
Draw a rectangle to select multiple objects and edit them all at once.
To learn more about shortcuts, check this article in our Knowledge Base.
In Windows 10 you may need to hold CTRL + ALT + drag for the rotation option to appear.
Also speaking from a Windows 10 machine, to resize equally on all sides, so that it gets bigger or smaller from its center point, use the CTRL + drag option. To resize the way you have shown in above illustrations, where one corner remains in place while you are resizing from the opposite corner, you can simply drag a corner without holding any key. It’s nice to have both options!
i found a shortcut to quit the presentation press command+q
Hello @Ezekiel_Mascoll1 , yes, using the cmd+q shortcut you can quit any running applications on your Mac computer.
Is there a way to define keyboard shortcuts to move to a particular topic rather than using mouse. Keyboard as I understand only supports, forward and backward in the defined sequence. While with a mouse in presentation mode, I can go to any topic merely by clicking it. I am looking for similar possibility from keyboard using shortcut like ctrl+3 to move to 3 topic directly(basically want to gamify it with IoT touch control, which will act as a keyboard).
Hey @Shishir_Saxena , this feature is not possible to implement I’m afraid. Currently, the keyboard shortcuts available in Present mode are limited, and cannot be changed:
- left and right jumps to the previous and next step
- backspace lets you jump back a level
- home and end jumps to the beginning and the end respectively
- space advances the presentation by one step
- you can also use the mouse to skip the default sequence and jump around the presentation at free will
I’m afraid reprogramming these keys is not possible, Ctrl / Cmd + numbers would jump between the browser’s tabs.
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Presenting shortcuts ; F5 (Win) / CMD+P (Mac): Present ; Right and left arrows: move forward and backward a step ; Backspace: go back one layer in the presentation.
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1. Editing ; Ctrl+S · Save prezi ; Ctrl+D · Duplicate selected object(s) ; Ctrl+C/Ctrl+V · Copy selected object(s) ; Ctrl+Shift+M · Toggle Screen Mode
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