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Print this page in PRINT mode (action=print) to get handouts.
You can use all wiki markup for making your slides - just keep the following in mind:
for a DiaShow, a bigger font will be used, so don't put too much on a slide or you will have to scroll
- if you use colours, keep contrast in mind - especially if you want to make a printout.
- presentation will look different on the beamer and on paper as on your screen.
- if you use graphics, use thicker line width or they will be hardly visible.
|Slideshow ^ |< << Slide 1 of 3 >> >||
Creating the slides
Put a headline on top of your page (as you see above) because in DiaShow mode, the wiki page title won't be visible (as the whole wiki frame stuff won't be visible, only the page contents).
If you do not want to enumerate your headlines, use #pragma section-numbers off at top of your page.
Don't forget to fill in some valuable content.
For your convenience, there is a SlideTemplate - use it.
Put <<Navigation(slides)>> (upper) or <<Navigation(siblings)>> (lower) at bottom of your page:
|Slideshow ^ |< << Slide 2 of 3 >> >||
|/000 Introduction /100 Creating the slides /900 Last but not least: Running your presentation|