# Directory macros/latex/contrib/ppt-slides

This package helps you create slide decks as good looking as with PowerPoint™, but more precise, uniform, and visually strict. Check this series of lectures fully designed with the use of this package.

First, install it from CTAN and then use in preamble:

\documentclass{article}
\usepackage{clicks}
\usepackage[template,scheme=dark]{ppt-slides}
\begin{document}
\plick{\pptBanner{This Is My First Slide}}
\plick{The slide tells you an interesting story...}
\plick{but slowly...}
\plick{step by step...}
\plush{until you get totally bored.}
\end{document}


Otherwise, you can download ppt-slides.sty and add to your project.

If you want to contribute yourself, make a fork, then create a branch, then run l3build ctan in the root directory. It should compile everything without errors. If not, submit an issue and wait. Otherwise, make your changes and then run l3build ctan again. If the build is still clean, submit a pull request.