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There are a variety of LaTeX classes which can be used to produce "overhead slides" for presentations. One of these, beamer, provides flexible and powerful environments which can be used to create slides and PDF-based documents suitable for presentations. Although the class is extensively documented, first-time users may prefer learning about this class using a collection of graduated examples. The examples presented here cover a wide spectrum of use, from the simplest static slides to those with dynamic effects.
Andrew Mertz and William Slough are faculty members in Mathematics and Computer Science at Eastern Illinois University. They can be contacted at and , respectively.
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