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Re: StyleSheet Math6 SlideShow: anyone have a nice stylesheet for


There are probably many nice style sheets out there and it is partly a 
matter of taste. Nevertheless, you may wish to check out the ParkStyle6 
style sheet on the Mathematica page at my web site.

It has:
1) Less of a gradation of font sizes from Title to Text and Input/Output 
font size is the same as Text font size.
2) An extra level of section grouping
3) Group Open/Close icons on all of the section groupings but on nothing 
4) Smalltext is replaced by EmphasisText.
5) There are text cell types for adding pink or blue comments
6) Input cells are slightly colored but Output cells are not and there are 
no extra adornments on Input and Output cells. Hence if you closed Input 
cells the notebook will look like a regular technical paper.

David Park
djmpark at

"W. Craig Carter" <ccarter at> wrote in message 
news:fgur0m$r3n$1 at
> Hello,
> I am looking for a (mathematica6) stylesheet to modify for
> my own purposes for a slide show. Before I start creating
> one myself, I'm wondering if anyone has one they wouldn't
> mind sharing with me.
> New seminar---thought I would try using M6 as an engine.
> Thanks, Craig

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