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Is there an online library of Mathematica Slideshows created by users?

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I am experimenting with using Mathematica instead of Powerpoint because of the Manipulate functionality, but I am struggling with basic things like centering an image and textwrap stuff. I just wanted to see what people have been able to do with Mathematica Slideshows.

Thanks!

POSTED BY: Yekaterina Gilbo
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6 months ago

There are many places where you can find Mathematica Slideshows, created not only by users but also Wolfram Research. For example, these free training courses

http://www.wolfram.com/training/courses

very often have a notebook of the course attached to the top right corner of the video:

http://www.wolfram.com/training/videos/DAT021

Another place is Wolfram Technology Conference:

https://www.wolfram.com/events/technology-conference/2016/presentations/#wednesday

Here on Wolfram Community people also often attach presentations, for example some posts here (see attachments at the end of the posts):

http://community.wolfram.com/web/ihcomm

POSTED BY: Marina Shchitova
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6 months ago

Thanks- I saw the official page on slide show, but users' examples is exactly what I was looking for--thanks for the tech link. It's perfect for me!

POSTED BY: Yekaterina Gilbo
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6 months ago

Slideshows are basically same notebooks with different stylesheet. There are some templates but for deeper design this might be useful: Working with Stylesheets

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POSTED BY: Sam Carrettie
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6 months ago

Have you seen this? - How to | Create a Slide Show

POSTED BY: Kapio Letto
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6 months ago

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