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I use the beamer class with the cmbright package which provides sans serif Greek and Latin letters for the math mode and also sans serif-ish versions of math symbols such as \partial. Unfortunately, it does not seem to provide upright versions of the lower-case Greek letters. I know the upgreek package, but the letters it provides have a serif-ish look about them which does not combine nicely with cmbright.

Here is what I mean:

\documentclass{beamer}

\usepackage{cmbright}
\usepackage[Euler]{upgreek}

\begin{document}
\begin{frame}
$\alpha\beta\gamma\delta\epsilon\varepsilon\zeta\eta
\theta\vartheta\iota\kappa\lambda\mu\nu\xi\pi\varpi
\rho\sigma\tau\upsilon\phi\varphi\chi\psi\omega$\\
$\upalpha\upbeta\upgamma\updelta\upepsilon\upvarepsilon\upzeta\upeta
\uptheta\upvartheta\upiota\upkappa\uplambda\upmu\upnu\upxi\uppi\upvarpi
\uprho\upsigma\uptau\upupsilon\upphi\upvarphi\upchi\uppsi\upomega$
\end{frame}
\end{document}

Result (pdflatex):

Maybe someone knows a solution? Ideally, there should also be a way to get a bold version of the letters. Thanks a lot!

marked as duplicate by user36296, Henri Menke, Jesse, CarLaTeX, Johannes_B Jul 2 '17 at 5:28

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    Maybe using the mathastex package: it allows to use any text font for maths, and to specify if Greek letters are upshape or italic. Other possibility: use the MyriadPro package, based on the eponymous font which comes with Acrobat Reader. – Bernard Apr 23 '16 at 12:05
  • @Bernard Would you like to convert your comment into an answer? – user36296 Jun 16 '17 at 16:34
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    I'm voting to close this question as off-topic because solved in comment – user36296 Jul 1 '17 at 22:42