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Communicating and sharing your work effectively with colleagues, supervisors and the general public often requires the preparation of a suitable presentation, tailored to that audience. These templates make it easy to create such a presentation, and the resulting set of slides is available for distribution in PDF format – perfect for sharing before or after your lecture, seminar or talk.
FZP CZU prezentace
Presentation template for the Faculty of Environmental Sciences Czech University of Life Sciences Prague
DTU LaTeX support
If you're looking to get started with a LaTeX presentation, this template is for you!
You can customise the look and feel of your presentation by choosing your preferred combination of Theme and Color Theme.
Click the image above to get started, and try changing the theme to "Madrid" to get the look shown.
For more hints and tips on creating presentations with Beamer, checkout Part 3 of our free introduction to LaTeX course.
Metropolis Beamer Theme
Metropolis is originally created by Matthias Vogelgesang and is available from https://github.com/matze/mtheme as well as CTAN.
More information about the theme, including the design principles, can be found at http://bloerg.net/2014/09/20/a-modern-beamer-theme.html.
This version demonstrates the use of a progress bar under the frame titles. See the manual for other customisation options.
This template uses metropolis v1.2.
Version 1.0 (10/11/12)
This template has been downloaded from:
CC BY-NC-SA 3.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/3.0/)
Beamer presentation template - Feather Theme
Beamer presentation template.
For a modified version of this theme where the circular progress indicator goes a complete cycle and the logo and background image can be changed, use this template instead.
Did you know it's possible to draw paths between nodes and across different pictures in LaTeX? This example shows how to easily draw connecting arrows in presentations with the Beamer package.
We've pre-loaded this great example originally published on TeXample.net for you to try out on writeLaTeX.
To read more about this feature head to this page on the TeXample site, or just click above to get started.
If you're new to LaTeX, checkout the third part of our free online LaTeX course for more hints on creating presentations and drawings in LaTeX.
A leaflet created for a Math class that I conduct during this term.