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I was wondering what it is the template for this slide? I guess it is written with beamer, but don't know how the slides are so fancy. So is there some tutorial on writing this particular slides among others?

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This seems like Copenhagen from beamer. Consider scrolling through the beamer theme gallery or the beamer theme matrix.

Since this is only a theme change, you construct the presentation like you would any normal presentation in beamer, and just change the theme to Copenhagen. See the beamer documentation for the steps to create a presentation.

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Another useful site is the Beamer Theme Matrix – Seamus Nov 23 '11 at 18:59
@Seamus: You're kidding me, that's awesome! I'll add it to my answer, for completeness. – Werner Nov 23 '11 at 19:00
Thanks, Werner! The two sites (the beamer theme gallery and the beamer theme matrix) are great. I wonder if it is possible to go to the source code by clicking an example on either of the two sites? That will be fantastic but I only get pictures. – Tim Nov 23 '11 at 19:18
I would suggest creating the sample presentation given at the start of the beamer documentation. Then just change the themes to see how the presentation changes. Also of interest might be Beamer by example. Or, read this tutorial, or the beamer source examples page. The latter includes code, of course. – Werner Nov 23 '11 at 19:27

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