What? Slides? From Markdown?

Making Slides with Pandoc: the Basics

% Title
% Author Name
% Date

By default, the slide level is the highest header level in the hierarchy that is followed immediately by content, and not another header, somewhere in the document. In the example above, level 1 headers are always followed by level 2 headers, which are followed by content, so 2 is the slide level. (source)

---# H1 or H2 is a Section Title---Normal Text for Slide Title- Bullet
- Bullet
---
A slide in DZslides with some text and three bullets
A slide in DZslides with some text and three bullets
A slide in DZslides with two bullets and an image.
A slide in DZslides with two bullets and an image.
A Powerpoint slide with a table
A Powerpoint slide with a table
# Section Title## Slide TitleText on a slide:* Bullet
* Bullet
* Bullet
::: notes
Speaker notes go here
:::
pandoc myslides.md -o myslides.pptx
pandoc myslides.md -o myslides.pptx --reference-doc another.pptx
:::::::::::::: {.columns}
::: {.column width="50%"}
Left column:- Bullet
- Bullet
- Bullet
:::
::: {.column width="50%"}
![](bench.jpg):::
::::::::::::::
A Powerpoint slide with two columns and an image
A Powerpoint slide with two columns and an image
![Alt text](bench.jpg){width=25%}

Making Slides without Pandoc

class: center, middle# Remark template
.right[Author]
.right[Date]
---# Slide titleNormal text:* Bullet
* Bullet
* Bullet
???
Speaker notes go here
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Examples

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