## How do you make a title on beamer?

Creating a non-standard title slide in Beamer can be simplified in the following steps:

1. Create an empty slide.
3. Create a box for the title and subtitle of the presentation.
4. Add title slide details (Authors, affiliation and a date if necessary ).
5. Add logo to the title slide.

## How do I make a title page in beamer LaTeX?

1. Create a simple title page

1. % Creating a simple Title Page in Beamer.
2. setheme{AnnArbor}
3. % Title page details: \title{Your First \LaTeX{} Presentation}
4. \author{latex-beamer.com} \date{\today}
5. % Title page frame. \begin{frame}
6. \titlepage. \end{frame}

How do I change the font style in beamer?

The following code highlight different Beamer font size that can be obtained using the above commands:

1. % Beamer font size. % Theme choice. setheme{Copenhagen}
2. % Beamer Font family. % Theme choice. setheme{AnnArbor}
3. % Beamer font shape. % Theme choice. setheme{CambridgeUS}
4. % Beamer Theme Fonts. setheme{Warsaw}

### How do you make a title smaller in LaTeX?

One easy step to reduce the space in between the title and the main body is to add \vspace{} inside the title command. In the example, the vertical space is introduced with reduce the space with height of -3em .

### How do you change the size of a title in LaTeX?

If you want a different size for your document, you can use extsizes packages. The command used are \documentclass[10pt]{extarticle} and \documentclass[14pt]{extreport}. You can also style the text differently.

How do I insert an image in Beamer?

## How do I insert an image in Beamer overleaf?

In the top left corner of the editor click on the upload icon, then you can either drag and drop the files or click Select files(s) to browse in your local directories. After the uploading process is complete, you can use these images in your document.

## How do I make text smaller in beamer?

Examples of changing font size in Beamer

1. % Change font size in Beamer.
2. % set a theme.
3. setheme{CambridgeUS}
4. % Dummy text.
5. sepackage{lipsum}
6. \begin{frame}{Frame with different font sizes and spacing }{size: 9pt, vskip=10pt}
7. \fontsize{9pt}{10pt}\selectfont.
8. \lipsum[2]