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If you're trying to keep the paper and slides linked (e.g., you'll be handing the paper out as part of the presentation, readers will have to sort through various slide shows to find yours, etc.) you should keep as many of the graphic elements consistent as possible. Examples 1 and 2 both keep most of the graphic elements the same; people expect some change ...
http://design.tutsplus.com/tutorials/quick-tip-data-driven-graphics-using-illustrators-variables-panel--vector-5604 Illustrator variables / data-driven documents: how to batch-export one file for each data set? two links that should help you out
The best way around this is to expand your fonts/any other assets in your SVG that aren't rendering properly when you open it in the browser. What this means is, you need to highlight your text areas and turn them into Illustrator paths instead of leaving them as selectable text. The easiest way to do this is: Select all of your text Go to Object >> ...
I would save a backup with fonts active, and then save another version with fonts converted to outline, saved as .svg format for usage on the web.
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