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Direc­tory tex-archive/macros/latex/contrib/beamer-contrib/beameraudience

Copyright (c) 2011 Holger Marschall
Licence: LPPL

1. What is it 
The Beamer Audience package provides macros to easily assemble frames according 
to different audiences. It enables to pick up the frames for a specific audience 
while leaving their order according to a logical structure in the LaTeX source. 
This selection is done at compilation.

This is the very first version! It's still considered experimental! Everything, 
in particular the user interface, may change in the future in order to keep this 
compatible to both beamer and packages extending beamer capabilities.

The Beamer Audience package is a macro collection extending the Beamer Class. 
Although it can only be used with the beamer class, it is not a part of the 
beamer class! 

2. Usage
Include package as 

with the keyword denoting your audience (for example: experts or beginner).

Within the presentation source, use the beameraudience macros in order to 
assemble frames according to the audience. Essentially, there are three macros 
doing the job
* \framefor{/#1/}{/#2/}
* \justfor{/#1/}{/#2/}
* \showcontentfor{/#1/}{/#2/}
/#1/ is to provided as a keyword (for example: experts or beginner)
/#2/ is the content to be selected according to the audience.
     For \framefor{}{} it's the frame content; 
     For \justfor{}{} it can be a frame environment;
     For \showcontentfor{}{} it's the selective content in a frame.

3. Files
readme                      this file
beameraudience.sty          the package


Name Size Date Notes
README 1721 2011-08-04 01:58:32
beameraudience.sty 2229 2011-08-02 07:45:30

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beam­er­au­di­ence – Assem­bling beamer frames ac­cord­ing to au­di­ence

The Beamer Au­di­ence pack­age pro­vides macros to eas­ily as­sem­ble frames ac­cord­ing to dif­fer­ent au­di­ences. It en­ables to pick up the frames for a spe­cific au­di­ence while leav­ing their or­der ac­cord­ing to a log­i­cal struc­ture in the LaTeX source.

Li­censeThe LaTeX Project Public Li­cense
Copy­right2011 auth:marschall
Main­tainerHol­ger Marschall
Con­tained inTeXLive as beam­er­au­di­ence
MiKTeX as beam­er­au­di­ence
Topics slides, beam­ers, hand­outs, etc.
See also beamer
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