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A Slideshow presentations using LT X E Tomasz Mazur Oxford University July 9, 2009Outline Introduction What is this Creating presentation overview Modifying themes, colours and fonts Adding things Adding new slides Table of contents Using boxes and images Overlays What else is possible Making most of the Beamer class 2 of 16Introduction A  Creating presentations using LT X is straightforward... E  ...with Beamer, a class for creating slides A  should be already installed with most LT X distributions, but can E be obtained from http://latexbeamer.sourceforge.net/  Beamer documentation available from http://www.ctan.org/texarchive/macros/latex/ contrib/beamer/doc/beameruserguide.pdf  This is a modi cation of Marco Barision's Torino theme  It aims to produce slides that are pretty, but easily readable and with large content area  Most of standard Beamer commands are supported 3 of 16Creating your presentation  You can simply modify this le  Set the con guration options at the top of the document for  colours  fonts  title page style  logos  bullet points shapes, etc.  Compile using pdflatex (recommended), but latex works too  Due to format restrictions, graphics may be slightly misaligned in PS les, use PDF instead 4 of 16Themes and colours  There are four basic colour themes:  minimal (least eyecandy, good for longer presentations)  greenandblue  blue (good for low quality projectors)  red (Americanstyle)  Themes de ne the colours of the background, slide decorations, slide titles, main text, bullet points, etc.  Edit themes by modifying the beamercolortheme.sty le 5 of 16Fonts  There are ve font themes:  default (sans serif)  serif (used for this presentation)  structurebold (titles, headlines, etc. are typeset in a bold font)  structureitalicserif (titles, headlines, etc. are typeset in an italics serif font)  structuresmallcapsserif (titles, headlines, etc. are typeset in a small caps serif font)  Change the documentwise font size to 8, 9 , 10, 11 (default), 12, 14, 17 or 20 points in the options of \documentclass, e.g. \documentclass12ptbeamer  Colour text using \textcolorcolourtext  The \alerttext command colours text red 6 of 16Adding slides (1) ...with subheadings  A slide is created using the following code: \beginframeoptions \frametitleslide title contents \endframe  The possible options include:  plain removes all slide decorations (useful for larger images)  c and b align contents of the slide in the middle or bottom (default alignment is top, but this can easily be changed in the document class options)  fragile is necessary for slides that use the verbatim  shrink automagically makes the contents t on one slide  allowframebrakes splits contents of a frame if it does not t 7 of 16Adding slides (2) ...with subheadings  The \framesubtitle creates a secondary slide title  The rst slide is best created using the \beginframeplain \titlepage \endframe commands. 8 of 16We are here now... Introduction Modifying themes, colours and fonts Adding things Overlays What else is possible 9 of 16...in fact, even here Introduction What is this Creating presentation overview Modifying themes, colours and fonts Adding things Adding new slides Table of contents Using boxes and images Overlays What else is possible Making most of the Beamer class 10 of 16Table of contents  Create outlines using \tableofcontentsoptions  The possible options include:  currentsection (all sections but current are greyed out)  currentsubsection (all subsections but current are greyed out)  hideallsubsections (all subsections are hidden)  hideothersubsections (all subsections of sections other than the current are hidden)  pausesections (shows the table of contents incrementally)  pausesubsections ( ner increments than \pausesections)  sections=23 (only sections 2 and 3 are displayed)  sectionstyle=1/2 (de ne style of current section (1), other sections (2) using show, shaded and hide, e.g. sectionstyle=shaded/show)  subsectionstyle=1/2/3 (de ne style for current subsection (1), other subsections in current section (2), subsections in other sections (3))  The commands \section, \subsection, etc. make a structure for tables of contents (outlines are independent of slide titles) 11 of 16Boxes  Use the \beginenv ... \endenv command for prede ned environments (e.g. definition, theorem, proof, example, corollary, etc.) not too pretty  Alternatively, use fancy boxes  Use the columns environments for multiple columns Theorem Example If P, then Q. Consider P = ::: Theorem Proof If P, then Q. Suppose that P holds... Corollary Q holds 12 of 16Including images  Include images using the standard figure environment  Beamer supports \includegraphics, \pgfimage, \pgfuseimage and more Figure: Oxford University logo 13 of 16 Alternatively, use the \pause command, which displays contents of the slide up to the rst marker, then up to the second marker, etc. A B C D X 1 2 3 4 Y 3 4 5 6 Z 5 6 7 8 Simple overlays  Use \beginitemize \itemx \enditemize to display bullet points incrementally 14 of 16Y 3 4 5 6 Z 5 6 7 8 Simple overlays  Use \beginitemize \itemx \enditemize to display bullet points incrementally  Alternatively, use the \pause command, which displays contents of the slide up to the rst marker, then up to the second marker, etc. A B C D X 1 2 3 4 14 of 16Z 5 6 7 8 Simple overlays  Use \beginitemize \itemx \enditemize to display bullet points incrementally  Alternatively, use the \pause command, which displays contents of the slide up to the rst marker, then up to the second marker, etc. A B C D X 1 2 3 4 Y 3 4 5 6 14 of 16Simple overlays  Use \beginitemize \itemx \enditemize to display bullet points incrementally  Alternatively, use the \pause command, which displays contents of the slide up to the rst marker, then up to the second marker, etc. A B C D X 1 2 3 4 Y 3 4 5 6 Z 5 6 7 8 14 of 16public static void main(String args) System.out.println("Hello World"); More complex overlays  The \uncoverx command orders the displaying of items. class helloWorld  \alertxtext colours text red on the xth iteration of displaying items 15 of 16System.out.println("Hello World"); More complex overlays  The \uncoverx command orders the displaying of items. class helloWorld public static void main(String args)  \alertxtext colours text red on the xth iteration of displaying items 15 of 16More complex overlays  The \uncoverx command orders the displaying of items. class helloWorld public static void main(String args) System.out.println("Hello World");  \alertxtext colours text red on the xth iteration of displaying items 15 of 16More complex overlays  The \uncoverx command orders the displaying of items. class helloWorld public static void main(String args) System.out.println("Hello World");  \alertxtext colours text red on the xth iteration of displaying items 15 of 16 create slide transitions  add notes  print handouts  add multimedia (sound, video)  ...and much more  Alternatively, see http://www.matthiaspospiech.de/latex/vorlagen/ beamer/content/beamerexamples/ for a shorter, examplebased guide What next  This presentation uses only a fraction of Beamer's capabilities  See the Beamer User Guide to learn how to: 16 of 16 add notes  print handouts  add multimedia (sound, video)  ...and much more  Alternatively, see http://www.matthiaspospiech.de/latex/vorlagen/ beamer/content/beamerexamples/ for a shorter, examplebased guide What next  This presentation uses only a fraction of Beamer's capabilities  See the Beamer User Guide to learn how to:  create slide transitions 16 of 16 print handouts  add multimedia (sound, video)  ...and much more  Alternatively, see http://www.matthiaspospiech.de/latex/vorlagen/ beamer/content/beamerexamples/ for a shorter, examplebased guide What next  This presentation uses only a fraction of Beamer's capabilities  See the Beamer User Guide to learn how to:  create slide transitions  add notes 16 of 16 add multimedia (sound, video)  ...and much more  Alternatively, see http://www.matthiaspospiech.de/latex/vorlagen/ beamer/content/beamerexamples/ for a shorter, examplebased guide What next  This presentation uses only a fraction of Beamer's capabilities  See the Beamer User Guide to learn how to:  create slide transitions  add notes  print handouts 16 of 16 ...and much more  Alternatively, see http://www.matthiaspospiech.de/latex/vorlagen/ beamer/content/beamerexamples/ for a shorter, examplebased guide What next  This presentation uses only a fraction of Beamer's capabilities  See the Beamer User Guide to learn how to:  create slide transitions  add notes  print handouts  add multimedia (sound, video) 16 of 16 Alternatively, see http://www.matthiaspospiech.de/latex/vorlagen/ beamer/content/beamerexamples/ for a shorter, examplebased guide What next  This presentation uses only a fraction of Beamer's capabilities  See the Beamer User Guide to learn how to:  create slide transitions  add notes  print handouts  add multimedia (sound, video)  ...and much more 16 of 16What next  This presentation uses only a fraction of Beamer's capabilities  See the Beamer User Guide to learn how to:  create slide transitions  add notes  print handouts  add multimedia (sound, video)  ...and much more  Alternatively, see http://www.matthiaspospiech.de/latex/vorlagen/ beamer/content/beamerexamples/ for a shorter, examplebased guide 16 of 16
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