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Creating a Slideshow-Compatible Document
Any Maple worksheet or document can be viewed as a slideshow. See Viewing a Slideshow for instructions on viewing an existing Maple document as a slideshow.
When creating a document that will be viewed as a slideshow, the following rules apply:
Each slide is denoted by a section. Page breaks and subsections appear within the slide, and do not separate slides.
If the content of a slide does not fit on a single screen, it is truncated.
Content that appears in the document before the first section appears at the top of every slide, and content that is after the last section appears the bottom of every slide. Content between sections is treated as part of the preceding section.
Document Mode, Viewing a Slideshow
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