I like the various lecture notes by William Chen a lot. Clear and reasonably complete, if introductory.


Possibly not helpful to you since to my knowledge it is only available in French, but I have a marvelous recollection of the "Petit guide calcul différentiel à l'usage de la licence et de l'agrégation" by François Rouvière.


I trudged through Pearson's site and found that Lay's Analysis with an Intro. to Proof has PowerPoint slides on their resources page. You'll have to get an account with them to download the files, but I think that the process is straightforward for anyone who is verifiably a faculty member. See https://www.pearson.com/us/higher-education/program/Lay-...

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