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I start writing my thesis in LaTeX. On one of the paper do have a graph and for some reason it split the text and the text are starting at the bottom of the new page.

I am using the \documentclass[draft,a4paper,11pt]{memoir} class.

Are their some why where I can define when it should make pagebreak. It would make sense if the last two line of the page would make a pagebrak and that the text could start right under the graph.

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http://cl.ly/image/472l3N002M2w

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Not that it has anything to do with the issue at hand, but I spotted quite a few spelling and grammar mistakes in your screenshot. I recommend finding someone more proficient in English than yourself to proofread your thesis. –  kahen Apr 1 '13 at 11:40
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You can try with \clearpage, but without an minimal working example (MWE) it is hard to play with your problem. Do you use \raggedbottom? Where is the grapg referenced? Can you move the graph? Can you add a sentence or delete on? This question could be better answered if we had a MWE to play with ... Btw: Welcome to TeX.sx! –  Kurt Apr 1 '13 at 11:59
    
If this is a problem throughout your thesis, then it could be related to the length \textfloatsep. See How to define different spaces below float and non float listing? However, without more information, it's hard to tell. –  Werner Apr 7 '13 at 17:11
    
I see it is hard to answer with the information i wrote. The problem was something in this package. \usepackage[colorlinks]{hyperref} When I remove [colorlinks] it all went back to perfect. –  boje Apr 15 '13 at 11:00
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closed as too localized by Marco Daniel, lockstep, Kurt, Claudio Fiandrino, Werner Apr 7 '13 at 17:11

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