[Tex/LaTex] How to add text to the corner of a Beamer slide?


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I would like to know how to add text to the corner of one of my beamer slides. I would like this text to be just above the infoline at the the bottom right of the slide. I've looked into trying to use the TikZ package, but this package seems unnecessarily complex for my purposes. Can anyone help? I am using XeLaTeX.

Best Answer

The textpos package could be an option; in the following example, the command \FrameText puts its argument ragged right, at the bottom right of the frame; change the settings according to your needs:


\setbeamertemplate{navigation symbols}{}

    \raggedright #1\hspace{.5em}


\begin{frame}{Test frame}
\FrameText{Some text}

\begin{frame}{Test frame}
\FrameText{Some text for frame two}