Here are some samples.
|Original version with times font. Contains pictures, but no mathematics.||Updated version. Contains mathematics, but no pictures. Contains a footer. Switches to helvetica font for better readability on screen. More suitable for class notes.||Yet another version. This one is useful, if your talk includes audience with heterogeneous background. Or if your data projector has a real low resolution (e.g., if you down convert to video). Real large font, like in PowerPoint. Also does "builds" as in PowerPoint using ppower4.|
% fig2dev -L pdf approach.fig > figures/approach.pdf % pdflatex pdfsans.tex (Ignore all the warnings).(You will need to convert the fig file first to pdf format as shown.) (Optional: You can obtain documentation on pdfscreen via the web.)
% latex seminarsans.texand follow it up with
% dvipdfm seminarsans.dvito get a pdf file. (You will need to convert the xfig file first to eps format this time.) By separating the content and the wrapper file, you can mix/match. Work with latex on any machine, and then finally produce pdf using pdflatex on a stellar machine.