[OS X TeX] Putting a banner in beamer

Axel E. Retif axel.retif at mac.com
Fri May 9 15:25:55 CEST 2008


On  9 May, 2008, at 08:08, Jason Davies wrote:

> dear list,
>
>  I am ready just rejoined after we were all asked to do so, so  
> thanks for having me back. I continue to be an almost complete  
> newbie,  and, as ever, plead your indulgence.
>
>  I have just started trying to use beamer,  but in my university,  
> we are expected (for the kind of talks I will be giving) to have  
> the college banner across the top, at least of the title page.
>   you can see the effect at <www.ucl.ac.uk>.  they give us lots of  
> PowerPoint templates, but of course no TeX ones.  I have tried to  
> create the effect in beamer  without success (I first tried to use  
> the logo, but cannot position it correctly and then I tried to work  
> with the headline, to no avail).
>
>   If there is a simple way to do this, or even a complicated one, I  
> would be grateful to any tips.

In case no one in this list can provide you with a solution, there is  
a Beamer user list:

https://lists.sourceforge.net/lists/listinfo/latex-beamer-users


Best,

Axel

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