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How to make slides containing many formulas? Powerponit or Word?

Posted by Plamen Miltenoff on November 15, 2013

Complete LinkedIn discussion here:

How to make slides containing many formulas? Powerponit or Word?

Excerpts:
F. Jordan Srour

F. Jordan

F. Jordan Srour

Assistant Professor at Lebanese American University

LaTeX with the Beamer package is the only way to go for equations in slides, in my opinion!

Here’s a good quickstart reference on Beamer: http://www.math.umbc.edu/~rouben/beamer/

For working with LaTeX, this is a really quick start guide:http://www.math.ist.utl.pt/~jhuerta/latexforbeginners.html

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Dave Spear

Dave

Dave Spear

Professor at Niagara College Canada

Try using Open Office (free download) it is a full office suite and you can insert and create formulas as easy as entering text. If needed the presentation can then be saved in Microsoft Office format.

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