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Table Of Contents

1 Introduction
1.1 Main Features
1.2 History
1.3 Acknowledgments
1.4 How to Read this User’s Guide
1.5 Getting Help
Getting Started
2 Installation
2.1 Versions and Dependencies
2.2 Installation of Prebundled Packages
2.2.1 Debian
2.2.2 MiKTeX
2.3 Installation in a texmf Tree
2.4 Updating the Installation
2.5 Testing the Installation
2.6 Compatibility with Other Packages and Classes
3 Tutorial: Euclid’s Presentation
3.1 Problem Statement
3.2 Solution Template
3.3 Title Material
3.4 The Title Page Frame
3.5 Creating the Presentation PDF File
3.6 The Table of Contents
3.7 Sections and Subsections
3.8 Creating a Simple Frame
3.9 Creating Simple Overlays
3.10 Using Overlay Specifications
3.11 Structuring a Frame
3.12 Adding References
3.13 Verbatim Text
3.14 Changing the Way Things Look I: Theming
3.15 Changing the Way Things Look II: Colors and Fonts
4 Workflow For Creating a Beamer Presentation
4.1 Step One: Setup the Files
4.2 Step Two: Structure Your Presentation
4.3 Step Three: Creating a PDF or PostScript File
4.3.1 Creating PDF
4.3.2 Creating PostScript
4.3.3 Ways of Improving Compilation Speed
4.4 Step Four: Create Frames
4.5 Step Five: Test Your Presentation
4.6 Step Six: Create a Handout
4.6.1 Creating the Handout
4.6.2 Printing the Handout
5 Guidelines for Creating Presentations
5.1 Structuring a Presentation
5.1.1 Know the Time Constraints
5.1.2 Global Structure
5.1.3 Frame Structure
5.1.4 Interactive Elements
5.2 Using Graphics
5.3 Using Animations and Transitions
5.4 Choosing Appropriate Themes
5.5 Choosing Appropriate Colors
5.6 Choosing Appropriate Fonts and Font Attributes
5.6.1 Font Size
5.6.2 Font Families
5.6.3 Font Shapes: Italics and Small Capitals
5.6.4 Font Weight
6 Solution Templates
7 Licenses and Copyright
7.1 Which License Applies?
7.2 The GNU Public License, Version 2
7.2.1 Preamble
7.2.2 Terms and Conditions For Copying, Distribution and Modification
7.2.3 No Warranty
TEX Project Public License, Version 1.3c 2006-05-20
7.3.1 Preamble
7.3.2 Definitions
7.3.3 Conditions on Distribution and Modification
7.3.4 No Warranty
7.3.5 Maintenance of The Work
7.3.6 Whether and How to Distribute Works under This License
7.3.7 Choosing This License or Another License
7.3.8 A Recommendation on Modification Without Distribution
7.3.9 How to Use This License
7.3.10 Derived Works That Are Not Replacements
7.3.11 Important Recommendations
7.4 GNU Free Documentation License, Version 1.2, November 2002
7.4.1 Preamble
7.4.2 Applicability and definitions
7.4.3 Verbatim Copying
7.4.4 Copying in Quantity
7.4.5 Modifications
7.4.6 Combining Documents
7.4.7 Collection of Documents
7.4.8 Aggregating with independent Works
7.4.9 Translation
7.4.10 Termination
7.4.11 Future Revisions of this License
7.4.12 Addendum: How to use this License for your documents
Building a Presentation
8 Creating Frames
8.1 The Frame Environment
8.2 Components of a Frame
8.2.1 The Headline and Footline
8.2.2 The Sidebars
8.2.4 The Navigation Symbols
8.2.5 The Logo
8.2.6 The Frame Title
8.2.7 The Background
8.3 Margin Sizes
8.4 Restricting the Slides of a Frame
9 Creating Overlays
9.1 The Pause Commands
9.2 The General Concept of Overlay Specifications
9.3 Commands with Overlay Specifications
9.4 Environments with Overlay Specifications
9.5 Dynamically Changing Text or Images
9.6 Advanced Overlay Specifications
9.6.1 Making Commands and Environments Overlay-Specification-Aware
9.6.2 Mode Specifications
9.6.3 Action Specifications
9.6.4 Incremental Specifications
10 Structuring a Presentation: The Static Global Structure
10.1 Adding a Title Page
10.2 Adding Sections and Subsections
10.3 Adding Parts
10.4 Splitting a Course Into Lectures
10.5 Adding a Table of Contents
10.6 Adding a Bibliography
10.7 Adding an Appendix
11 Structuring a Presentation: The Interactive Global Structure
11.1 Adding Hyperlinks and Buttons
11.2 Repeating a Frame at a Later Point
11.3 Adding Anticipated Zooming
12 Structuring a Presentation: The Local Structure
12.1 Itemizations, Enumerations, and Descriptions
12.2 Hilighting
12.3 Block Environments
12.4 Theorem Environments
12.5 Framed and Boxed Text
12.6 Figures and Tables
12.7 Splitting a Frame into Multiple Columns
12.8 Positioning Text and Graphics Absolutely
12.9 Verbatim and Fragile Text
12.10 Abstract
12.12 Footnotes
13 Graphics
13.1 Including External Graphic Files Versus Inlines Graphics
13.2 Including Graphic Files Ending .eps or .ps
13.3 Including Graphic Files Ending .pdf, .jpg, .jpeg or .png
13.4 Including Graphic Files Ending .mps
13.5 Including Graphic Files Ending .mmp
14 Animations, Sounds, and Slide Transitions
14.1 Animations
14.1.1 Including External Animation Files
14.1.2 Animations Created by Showing Slides in Rapid Succession
14.1.3 Including External Animations Residing in Multiple Image Files
14.2 Sounds
14.3 Slide Transitions
Changing the Way Things Look
15 Themes
15.1 Five Flavors of Themes
15.2 Presentation Themes without Navigation Bars
15.3 Presentation Themes with a Tree-Like Navigation Bar
15.4 Presentation Themes with a Table of Contents Sidebar
15.5 Presentation Themes with a Mini Frame Navigation
15.6 Presentation Themes with Section and Subsection Tables
15.7 Presentation Themes Included For Compatibility
16 Inner Themes, Outer Themes, and Templates
16.1 Inner Themes
16.2 Outer Themes
16.3 Changing the Templates Used for Different Elements of a Presentation
16.3.1 Overview of Beamer’s Template Management
16.3.2 Using Beamer’s Templates
16.3.3 Setting Beamer’s Templates
17.1.2 Complete Color Themes
17.1.3 Inner Color Themes
17.1.4 Outer Color Themes
17.2 Changing the Colors Used for Different Elements of a Presentation
17.2.1 Overview of Beamer’s Color Management
17.2.2 Using Beamer’s Colors
17.2.3 Setting Beamer’s Colors
17.3 The Color of Mathematical Text
17.4 The Color Palettes
17.5 Miscellaneous Colors
17.6 Transparency Effects
18 Fonts
18.1 Font Themes
18.2 Font Changes Made Without Using Font Themes
18.2.1 Choosing a Font Size for Normal Text
18.2.2 Choosing a Font Family
18.2.3 Choosing a Font Encodings
18.3 Changing the Fonts Used for Different Elements of a Presentation
18.3.1 Overview of Beamer’s Font Management
18.3.2 Using Beamer’s Fonts
18.3.3 Setting Beamer’s Fonts
Creating Supporting Material
19 Adding Notes for Yourself
19.1 Specifying Note Contents
19.2 Specifying Contents for Multiple Notes
19.3 Specifying Which Notes and Frames Are Shown
20 Creating Transparancies
21 Creating Handouts and Lecture Notes
21.1 Creating Handouts Using the Handout Mode
21.2 Creating Handouts Using the Article Mode
21.2.1 Starting the Article Mode
21.2.2 Workflow
21.2.3 Including Slides from the Presentation Version in the Article Version
21.3 Details on Modes
22.2 Showing Second Mode Material on the Second Screen
22.3 Showing the Previous Slide on the Second Screen
23 How To Uncover Things Piecewise
23.1 Uncovering an Enumeration Piecewise
23.2 Hilighting the Current Item in an Enumeration
23.3 Changing Symbol Before an Enumeration
23.4 Uncovering Tagged Formulas Piecewise
23.5 Uncovering a Table Rowwise
23.6 Uncovering a Table Columnwise
24.1 Prosper and HA-Prosper
24.2 Seminar
24.3 FoilTEX
24.4 TEXPower
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