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You do need to tell beamer what you want to appear in each frame of the handout version. You can use \onslide specifications to do this so that you do not need to modify the existing overlay specifications at all. (I'm not sure this is what you want - probably not.) The following code modifies your MWE so that, in presentation mode, there would actually be ...

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A simple alternative is to fall back to the overlay environments that beamer offers as well. These are described in §9.4 of the beamer manual: For each of the basic commands \only, \alt, \visible, \uncover, and \invisible there exists “environment versions” onlyenv, altenv, visibleenv, uncoverenv, and invisibleenv. So in your case, switching to ...

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