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Latex / Beamer: Automatically split the content of a frame to multiple slides

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Did you ever wrote too much content for a frame?

Did that content spill out of the slide?

Were you too bored to create a new slide and split the content between them?

If the answer is yes, which most probably is, you will love the allowframebreaks parameter for the \begin{frame} directive.

\begin{frame}[allowframebreaks]{Bibliography}
	%Include a working bibliography of key texts that inform your study and methodology.
	%Your appendices may include Experiment Diagrams, Permissions for Human Subject Testing, etc.
	%Both bibliographies and required appendices tend to be discipline specific: know what the requirements are.
	\bibliography{bibliography}{}
	\bibliographystyle{IEEEtran}
\end{frame}

The \begin{frame}[allowframebreaks]{Bibliography} directive creates a new frame name Bibliography, if the contents of the frame exceed the size of the slide, it will automatically create new ones to accommodate the requirements.

Note: Using the allowframebreaks parameter automatically appends to the title of the slide Latin numbering (e.g. the first slide will be Bibliography I).

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