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A very similar question was already asked here. Unfortunately, as it often happens, it was mistakenly marked as a duplicate of the following question.

While the latter is a perfectly legitimate solution, the former is asking how to modify a single block, which is a different question. Since the "duplicate" question doesn't admit further answers, I ask here again (mods: feel free to undo the duplicate error and merge both questions).


How to modify the width of a single beamer block, while keeping it centered?

See following sample image of what I want:

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Given a single instance of a regular block like the following,

\begin{block}{Title}
  Block contents
\end{block}

you can modify its width while keeping it centered by wrapping it into a centered minipage, as follows:

\begin{center}
  \begin{minipage}{0.5\textwidth}
    \begin{block}{Title}
      Block contents
    \end{block}
  \end{minipage}
\end{center}

If you wish to change the default width for a class of blocks instead of a single block, see this other question. Hope this helps!
Andres

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