uwmslide LaTeX Slide Class by Eric Benedict, 2000, 2002 The uwmslide style file can be used to produce slide presentations which are similar to that produced by PowerPoint. The style file produces landscape slides with a logo in the upper left corner of the slides and the slide number in the lower right corner. Several different slide environments are defined to make the production of a presentation faster and easier. The present style file only produces the slides for the presentation; however, eventually, there are plans to allow the production of speaking notes as well as handout pages. Maybe once I graduate... An example file is provided (test.tex). Run it and look at the output along with the source file. Things should be pretty clear. Good Luck! 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uwmslide – Slides with a simple Power Point like appearance
A slide format which produces slides with a simple Power Point like appearance. Several useful features include: use of standard titlepage to produce title slide; several slide environments including plain (page with a title), double slide (two column page with slide title), item slide (item list with title), left item slide, and right item slide. Logos are placed in the upper left corner of each slide if the logo file logo.eps is present. Preconfigured in landscape mode by default and uses Times Roman by default (originally, it was claimed, for simple conversion to PDF format).
|Licenses||Perl Artistic License|
|Copyright||2000, 2002 Eric Benedict|
|Contained in||TeX Live as uwmslide|
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