I am trying to produce a beamer presentation with slides format like this:

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with this code:

\usepackage{textpos} % It is for place the logo on the header


\setbeamertemplate{footline}[text line]{%
  \parbox{\linewidth}{\vspace*{-8pt} TU Darmstadt $|$ fnb $|$ Dynamics and Vibration Group $|$ KWT Presentation \hfill \insertpagenumber}}







\frametitle{Brake Disk with Holes}




which produces:

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How can I get the lines under and above the header and above the footer?. I tried already with the \addtobeamertemplate{headline} and \addtobeamertemplate{footline} comands, but they didn´t work properly.

Thanks in advance.

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    I think that this question should go to the main site. – marmot Jan 15 at 3:17
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    Please use the mwe package. AFAIK, it ships images. We will have trouble to compile your MWE otherwise, since we do not have your pictures. – sztruks Jan 15 at 6:44
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    graphicx and amsmath are already loaded by beamer. You shouldn't load them once more. – sztruks Jan 15 at 6:55
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    Even with mwe, I cannot compile your MWE. Something breaks in preamble. Please check what is the trouble (on first sight there is one unopened brace on the insertframetitleline, but deleting it doesn't help. I give up. – sztruks Jan 15 at 7:03
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    @Alfredo have you tried to use or tweak tudbeamer-class? exp1.fkp.physik.tu-darmstadt.de/tuddesign – DG' Jan 15 at 7:23

You can find an non-official implementation of TU Darmstadt's corporate design here:

If you need help tweaking it, feel free to ask a new question.

A short example:





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