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I would like to insert \tableofcontents[currentsection] in my presentation. Unfortunately I have not so many sections, so the space between the "items" is too much. I don't wont to change the \documentclass[compress, 10pt]{beamer} option at the beginning because otherwise it will change the dimension of all the document that is ok for me. Is it possible to reduce the space? And how?

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You can insert your toc into a block environment... – Paul Gaborit Dec 2 '12 at 22:10

Try using \clearpage immediately after the table of contents. The \clearpage command forces everything above it to float to the top of the page in normal spacing rather than fill the page using even spacing.

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works for me ! :) – Nikana Reklawyks Apr 8 at 2:07

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