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Re: [O] from org to openoffice presentations (or make org looks like ope

From: Luca Ferrari
Subject: Re: [O] from org to openoffice presentations (or make org looks like openoffice)
Date: Wed, 24 Jul 2019 13:42:11 +0200

Thanks all for the quick replies!

On Wed, Jul 24, 2019 at 9:56 AM Fraga, Eric <address@hidden> wrote:
> #+latex_header: 
> \usebackgroundtemplate{\includegraphics[width=\paperwidth]{<your_fig>}}

Yes, this is what I'm doing so far. The problems I see are:
1) the image contains a footer, and LaTeX does not anything about such
footer so sometimes text can overlap with the footer. If I isolate the
footer as a separate image, how can I specify to place it to the
bottom of each slide and have beamer not placing controls and other
text on the slides?
2) I usually provide two sets of slides, one dark and one light
(printable), and therefore I suspect to provide two different
backgrounds and duplicate my org file for each theming accordingly.
Any better idea? If I can isolate the footer (which is what makes the
slides look like what is requested), is there a way to apply say a
color as background and do a "variable"-based export to beamer
choosing the color as option?

By the way, things were even worst of how I described them: the
template was Microsoft Office (not even Open Office)!


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