# [texhax] problematic slide with beamer

Sat Oct 1 11:39:44 CEST 2005

Christopher W. Ryan :

> I've wracked my brain trying to troubleshoot this presentation, without
> succes.  I wonder if anyone can find the error(s) that I can't.
>
> This is on frame of about 30 in my presentation.  I'm using beamer. I've
> tried it at work in Win98, using TeXniCenter, and TextPad as the editors, and
> MikTex.  I've tried it at home on a commercialized version of debian linux,
> using Kile.  It won't compile in either environment.
>
> The presentation uses a number of hyperlinks back and forth between sections.
>
> I understand that it may be impossible to troubleshoot on the List, without
> consideration.
>
> --Chris
>

I didn't have the outlines package, but this now compiles on my system

\documentclass[notes=show]{beamer}
\usetheme{PaloAlto}
%\usepackage[tab,width=0.8in]
\usecolortheme{sidebartab}
\usepackage{graphicx}
%\usepackage{outlines}
\begin{document}

\begin{frame}
\frametitle{Categories of diagnoses}
\hypertarget{KirkOrigin}
\begin{table}
\centering
\begin{tabular}{|c|c|c|c|c|}
&	Morrison	&	Sugarman 	&	Lane 	&
1990}{\beamergotobutton{Kirk}}	\\
&	1980	&	1984	&	1990	&	1990	\\
\hline
Physical''	&		39\%	&	22\%	&
8\%		&	63\%	\\
Psychologocal''	&	41\%	&	50\%	&	&
37\%	\\
Mixed''	&	12\%	&	&	&	\\
Undetermined''	&	8\%	&	28\%	&	&
\end{tabular}
\end{table}

\note{Making this kind of distinction is not usually productive.
Fatigue is truly a biopsychosocial symptom, requiring simultaneous
evaluation of all three of those spheres of life.

If a long and expensive and invasive work-up to rule out'' physical
causes of fatigue produces nothing, and the patient is told it must be
psychological,'' it leaves a very bad taste \dots  Better to acknowledge
all the potential diagnoses up front'' \ldots

Kirk's dropouts'' were significantly more likely to be depressed, and
significantly less likely to be married or employed.  This probably led
to a systematic exclusion from these final numbers of those with fatigue
on a psychosocial'' basis.}
\end{frame}
\end{document}

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/daleif

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what they could and should do for themselves. ''
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