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How can I avoid the navigation symbols at the right lower corner in
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Le vendredi 18/06/10 =E0 04h07,
Ulrich <ugroh@mac.com> a =E9crit :

> How can I avoid the navigation symbols at the right lower corner in
> the pdf output?

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Denis


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Denis
6/18/2010 11:11:52 AM
In article <20100618131152.02218ab9@drums>, dbitouze.no@spam.wanadoo.fr
says...
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> Le vendredi 18/06/10 � 04h07,
> Ulrich <ugroh@mac.com> a �crit :
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> > How can I avoid the navigation symbols at the right lower corner in
> > the pdf output?
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Dr
6/18/2010 12:28:46 PM
Le vendredi 18/06/10 =E0 08h28,
Dr Engelbert Buxbaum <engelbert_buxbaum@hotmail.com> a =E9crit :

Where is it documented?
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Denis


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Denis
6/18/2010 12:33:11 PM
Denis Bitouzé <dbitouze.no@spam.wanadoo.fr> writes:

> Le vendredi 18/06/10 à 08h28,
> Dr Engelbert Buxbaum <engelbert_buxbaum@hotmail.com> a écrit :
>
>
> Where is it documented?

Line 422 of beamerbasecompatibility.sty is:

The file name suggests that this is only included for compatibility
reasons and should not be used.

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Philipp
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Bowl game roundup: Indiana falls to Duke in OT; Frank Beamer wins final game
Duke survived a wild finish at Yankee Stadium for its first bowl victory in 54 years.

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