Printing a prezi is available through both the online editor and via Prezi for Windows and Mac. Printing a prezi first converts a prezi into a PDF document before printing it. One path step in your prezi will equate to to one page in the PDF document. For this reason, it may be necessary to edit your path as a presentation does not always follow the same narrative as a document.
Check out this tutorial to learn how you can print your prezi:
To print a prezi:
Select the 'Share' icon from the top menu within Edit mode.
It will take a few seconds for Prezi to convert the path steps into pages. When it is ready, you will be prompted to save your prezi as a PDF file.
After selecting 'Save PDF' you will prompted to give your prezi a name and to choose a location to save it in.
Once you have done these two things, your prezi will now be saved as a PDF document, where every path step will be one page of your document. The PDF will also include an initial overview page.
You can then open your PDF with any software that supports PDFs (such as Adobe Reader) and print the PDF file directly from your computer.
To avoid printing multiple pages with the same content, create a linear path with no duplicate path points.
Remember the more path points in your prezi the more pages in your PDF file. Please consider the environment before printing.