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In a beamer presentation I would like to put both the conclusions and acknowledgements on a single slide. Visually, I would like to first have the "Conclusions" caption, then some bullets, then the "Acknowledgements" caption and finally some acknowledgement bullets. "Conclusions" and "Acknowledgements" should have the same formatting. I will generate "Conclusions" using \frametitle. Beamer does not accept two \frametitles in a single slide, so is there some other way to put text with the same formatting as the frame title?

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    Well probably not as you do not have two headers on one frame (top of the frame has usually special formatting). But to help you we need to see a MWE. – TeXnician Jul 18 '17 at 10:08
  • @TeXnician As indicated below I did not include an MWE because I was hoping for a general solution. samcarter has understood the question properly, so I think his example can be used to show the result I am after. – Octaviour Jul 20 '17 at 7:43
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    @Octaviour Even if you are looking for a general solution, you could have written a general MWE. If it does nothing else, it would save people willing to help you from writing \documentclass{beamer} ... \begin{document}... \end{document} for the 1000th time. – user36296 Jul 20 '17 at 9:21
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As you gave no MWE nor any indication which theme you are using, I'm going to answer for the default theme.

\documentclass{beamer}



\begin{document}

\begin{frame}
\frametitle{test}

text

\vfill
{\hskip-1.8em\usebeamerfont{frametitle}\usebeamercolor[fg]{frametitle} blub}
\vfill
text

\end{frame} 

\end{document}

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  • I did not specify the theme as I was hoping there was a generic way of doing this. \usebeamerfont and \usebeamercolor seem to go a long way. Is the vertical spacing standard among themes or did you customize that to match the default theme? – Octaviour Jul 18 '17 at 11:55
  • @Octaviour Did you have a change to look at your old questions? I did not specify any vertical spacing, just used fill to spread out the text over the page. – user36296 Jul 18 '17 at 12:08
  • @samcater Does beamer always put a \vfill before and after the main content of the slide, or is that specific to the theme? – Octaviour Jul 20 '17 at 7:41
  • @Octaviour There is no general answer for the alignment, as there are different possible alignments. I simply used the \vfill to distribute the content on the slide. – user36296 Jul 20 '17 at 7:56

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