Prezi does not support Hebrew, but you can get around that if you’re willing to go through a couple of hoops.
The easiest option is to use the following Prezi, kindly made by Lior Paz, which has already been set up to support Hebrew fonts: http://prezi.com/vurekz8erkzy/hebrew-fonts/ You can make your own copy of it and just modify the text, like a template.
If you have your own Prezi with graphics that you want to use, and you prefer not to use the template, you can modify the CSS file of any Prezi by yourself to support Hebrew, as follows:
- Open Prezi.
- Open up the CSS file. I read online that I should be able to do this with CNTRL + C, but it didn’t work when I tried it. You can also open the CSS by going into Colors & Fonts/Theme Wizard/Manual/Use the Prezi CSS editor.
- Change the CSS. The new, correct text for your CSS can be copied from: http://www.maxi-site.com/prezi
When you type in Hebrew, the text appears backwards. This is terribly inconvenient. You can use this program to flip the text to be right to left: http://www.pixiesoft.com/flip/ This probably sounds crazy, but I found it to be less cumbersome and more efficient to manually type backwards (meaning that the text was written correctly in a Word doc open on my laptop screen, and I’d refer to that while typing backwards in Prezi on a second screen).