I'm building for my university a template using the Latex beamer package.

I had no problems to build the template for the title slide and for the general slides. However, for the last slide they would like a template that looks as in the image attached.

It seems to me to be very simple, but I have not found a way to create just this empty blue box (that should not have any effect on the other parts of the slide) and have the text start with quite a large left margin (I would like to create this as a template and not have the user adjust the margin for the last slide in his document).

Could you give me hints on how to realise this?


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You may need to adjust the numbers according to the geometry and margins you use for your template


\setbeamersize{text margin left=17.4mm,text margin right=10.6mm}

                \usebeamerfont{title}{\raggedright {#1} \par}

    \myendpage{test \\[1cm] test \\[1cm] test}

enter image description here

  • Thanks! It works pretty well. I replaced what you do with picture, by using a beamercolorbox, but otherwise it's pretty much the same.
    – navige
    Apr 1, 2014 at 14:21
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    Perhaps you want to post your simpler solution. It could be interesting for other people. Apr 1, 2014 at 14:34

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