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I want to insert the logo in the title page only. However, it displays on all pages! How can I make these two figurs display as logo in the title page only?

I type in the preamble:





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The command to be used to display the logo only in the titlepage is \titlegraphic.

For example:


\title{The title}
\institute{My institute}

% logo of my university


\begin{frame}{Test 1}

\begin{frame}{Test 2}

I report the first two frames:

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Thank you so much – Aya Jun 24 '12 at 16:57
You are welcome! :) – Claudio Fiandrino Jun 24 '12 at 16:58
This was by far the best way to display logo only on the first page. I did, however, played with the \vspace{+ or - ...cm} and the \hspace{+ or - ...cm} to try and position the logo where I wanted them to go. The other thing I did was to ensure by reducing size or words of my title text so that it doesn't take up too many lines as this reduces the space at the bottom of the page where the logo needs to go. Many thanks – user18981 Sep 21 '12 at 13:36
@Richard: notice that there are other ways, for example customizing directly the titlepage template. See also as reference Logo situated only on titlepage of Beamer presentation – Claudio Fiandrino Sep 22 '12 at 8:23
Dear Downvoter: would you like to explain why the answer deserves a downvote? I'm interested to see if there are any weak points and improve the answer accordingly. Thanks :) – Claudio Fiandrino Jul 15 '14 at 7:22

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