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Re: Re: Creating a Banner for presentation

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  • Subject: [mg93671] Re: Re: Creating a Banner for presentation
  • From: Alexei Boulbitch <Alexei.Boulbitch at iee.lu>
  • Date: Fri, 21 Nov 2008 05:33:28 -0500 (EST)

Just to supplement a bit the answer of David,
the notebook with a banner may be comfortably created from an external notebook. To achieve this, one can copy the code below 
to any notebook and execute it. This will create a new slide-show-notebook with nothing, but a banner. The latter consists 
in this example of a combination of a table and a picture. Making a combination of other items seems to be straightforward.

(* This defines a picture  *)
rose = Import["ExampleData/rose.gif"];

(* This defines a table *)
tbl = Grid[{
    {Style["This is a first term"], 
     Style["This is a second term"]}, {Style["This is a third term"], 
     Style["This is a fourth term"]}
                }, Dividers -> Directive[Black, Thickness[2]], 
   ItemSize -> {15, 2}];

(* This defines a notebook to be created *)
nb1 = CreateDocument[];


(* This opens a notebook with the banner consisting of a table and a 
picture  *)
SetOptions[nb1, 
 DockedCells -> {FEPrivate`FrontEndResource["FEExpressions", 
    "SlideshowToolbar"], 
   First[ToBoxes[
     TextCell[Row[{tbl, rose}], "Text", TextAlignment -> Right]]]}]

David, thank you for the answer. Alexei


On Nov 19, 5:39 am, RG <gobithaa... at gmail.com> wrote:
>
>
> Hi David, thanks for your answer, but I wonder how to put a figure
> instead of texts too. Another question is: where do we put the
> command? It doesn't look nice If I put the command on the first page
> of my presentation...
> ~jetro


Ah, so many questions...  :-)

You only have to execute this once, then you can remove the command
from your presentation and save it.  The docked cell will then be a
part of your notebook (in its options settings).

Another way to do this is to modify the stylesheet for the notebook in
question.  I don't have time at the moment to write up that code (to
do it automatically)  and debug it.  Alas, the day job and mortgage
payments beckon...

I hope that this helps.  If I misunderstood the question, let me know
via direct email and I will find an answer for you and then post it to
the group.

--David


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