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Topic: Using Mathematica to create slides
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hyphz

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Using Mathematica to create slides
Posted: Jan 11, 2012 5:21 PM
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Hi,

I'm thinking of using Mathematica to create some slides for a
presentation on 3D graphics algorithms. I've found a lot of neat ways
of creating examples but I'm having a bit of trouble seeing how to lay
out the slides. In particular

- How can I hide the Input cells with the Mathematica source code in
them?

- Can I have a cell that doesn't stretch all the way across the slide
horizontally? So that I can have some text and an example by the side
of it?

- Can I have a cell that doesn't appear when the slide is first shown,
but which appears when the advance button is pressed? Something like
the multistage animations in PowerPoint?

- Can I have any transition between slides other than a jump?

I'd be really grateful for any help with these. Thanks in advance.




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