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Beamer v3.0 Guide

Beamer v3.0 Guide
Ki-Joo Kim (a.k.a. Daisyweb)

November 4, 2004

Beamer v3.0 Guide Why Beamer?

Why Beamer?
Pros: Both dvips/ps2pdf1 and pdflatex supports2 Rich overlay and transition effects Navigational bars and symbols Outputs: screen, transparency, handouts, and notes Emulation of other PDF presentation tools such as Prosper and FoilTEX Cons: Difficult to designa template

1 You need this route if you use PSTricks. 2 No dvipdfm support!

Beamer v3.0 Guide Beamer Structure Basic Code

Basic Code I
Beamer class loading with themes
\documentclass[slidestop,compress,mathserif]{beamer} %\usepackage[bars]{beamerthemetree} % Beamer theme v 2.2 \usetheme{Antibes} % Beamer theme v 3.0 \usecolortheme{lily} % Beamer color theme

Beamer v3.0 Guide BeamerStructure Basic Code

Basic Code I
Beamer class loading with themes
\documentclass[slidestop,compress,mathserif]{beamer} %\usepackage[bars]{beamerthemetree} % Beamer theme v 2.2 \usetheme{Antibes} % Beamer theme v 3.0 \usecolortheme{lily} % Beamer color theme

Cover title
\title{} \author{} \institute{} \begin{document} \begin{frame} % Cover slide \titlepage \end{frame} % Instead, you canuse \frame{\titlepage}} (Beamer v 2.2 macro)

Beamer v3.0 Guide Beamer Structure Basic Code

Basic Code II
Main slide frame
\section{Introduction} \subsection{History} \begin{frame}[options] \frametitle{History} ... slide contents ... \end{frame} % Bookmark information % Bookmark information

With v 2.2 macro:
\frame[options]{\frametitle{History}% ... slide contents ... }%

Beamerv3.0 Guide Beamer Structure Five Themes

Five Themes
The main difference between v 3.0 and v 2.2 is Beamer themes. Five theme categories:
Presentation Themes – Slide template Color Themes – Color scheme for slide template Font Themes Inner Themes Outer Themes

Example
\documentclass[slidestop,compress,mathserif]{beamer} %\usepackage[bars]{beamerthemetree} % Beamer theme v 2.2\usetheme{Antibes} % Beamer theme v 3.0 \usecolortheme{lily} % Beamer color theme

Go to

Themes

for more information.

Beamer v3.0 Guide Beamer Structure Beamer Options for Layout

Beamer Options for Layout
[slidestop] puts frame titles on the top left corner (default=[slidescentered]). [compress] makes all navigation bars as small as possible (default=[uncompressed]). [red] changes navigation barsand titles to reddish color. blue: Default color scheme red: Used in this presentation
brown blackandwhite: Good for transparencies

Beamer v3.0 Guide Beamer Structure Beamer Options for Output

Beamer Options for Output
Default: PDF screen (size 128mm × 96 mm)3 . [handout] for PDF handouts. [trans] for PDF transparency.
⇒ For handout and trans, you need some extra work to enlarge the size.Click here to see an example! [notes=hide/show/only] for notes. Hide notes (default), add

notes to the PDF screen, or notes only PDF.

3 Monitor’s 4:3 aspect ratio.

Beamer v3.0 Guide Beamer Structure Additional Beamer Options

Additional Beamer Options
[hyperref={bookmarks=false}] removes bookmarks. [cjk] for CJK typesetting. ⇒ For hangul, use
hfont

package.\usepackage[utf8]{inputenc} for Unicode.

Frame Options
\frame[plain]{\frametitle{}..} for plane frame style as used

in this slide!
[containsverbatim] for using verbatim environment and \verb

command.
[allowframebreaks] for automatic split of frames if the contents do not fit in a single slide. [shrink] for shrinking the contents to fit in a single slide. [squeeze] for squeezing vertical space.

Beamerv3.0 Guide Beamer Structure Transparency Effects

Transparency Effects
All overlayed stuffs are covered (default)
\beamertemplatetransparentcoveredhigh makes all covered text

highly transparent
\beamertemplatetransparentcovereddynamicmedium makes all covered text quite transparent, but is a dynamic way. The range of dynamics is smaller.

Beamer v3.0 Guide Fonts Text and Math Fonts...
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