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Your Turn

Convert your report to PowerPoint or xaringan and knit it to slides. You’ll need to make some adjustments to your formatting to make it work (e.g. adding — for new slides).

Learn More

If you want to learn more about knitting to PowerPoint, this RStudio article is the place to go. It has information about how headers in RMarkdown are converted into new slides and how to use reference documents (as we did with Word) to apply your style to a presentation.

If you go the xaringan route, check out the package documentation (made as a set of xaringan slides, of course!). If you’re looking to customize the look and feel of xaringan presentations, check out the themes showcase. There is also a really nice package called xaringanthemer, which allows you to easily set colors, fonts, etc for your presentations.

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