[Tugindia] Program Codes to use Prosper for Presentation

krishnan batri krishnan.batri at gmail.com
Mon Jul 16 09:48:56 CEST 2007

i think beamer is most effective than the prosper and the well prepared
documentation for the beamer is available on net. it is very easy to use the
best regards
krishnan batri

On 7/16/07, S. venkataraman <svenkat at ignou.ac.in> wrote:
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> From:   tugindia-bounces at tug.org on behalf of praba karan
> Sent:   Fri 7/13/2007 10:05 AM
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> Subject:        [Tugindia] Program Codes to use Prosper for Presentation
> Respected Sirs
> Greetings, I am prabakaran doing full time research in the Bishop Heber
> College, Tamil nadu (Trichy-India). Would you please help me in knowing the
> way to use Prosper effectively for presentations? I will be thankful to you
> if you send me any materials to learn the way of using Prosper (in LaTeX)
> for presentations.
> Yours truthfully
> S. Prabakaran
> Prosper is old and no longer maintained.
> Better use powerdot or beamer.  I use
> powerdot myself.  For beamer, there is a
> practex article in issue no. 4, 2005.
> Beamer manual itself has a tutorial. It
> also gives tips for making good presentations.
> If you insist on prosper, you can look at
> the documentation that comes with it.
> Best,
> Venkataraman
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Krishnan Batri
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National Institute of Technology
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