# Horizontal positioning with \includegraphics{}

Using \includegraphics{} from graphicx, I'm including this figure in my document:

Due to the long legend text, when the caption is centered underneath this, it's not centered under the graph region. Is there some way to adjust the horizontal positioning of the graphic rightwards?

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I've always wanted to be able to export graphics like this with their bounding box shifted so the graphs themselves were centred and the legends, axes, etc, "hung out" of the figure. Never looked into doing it though; I suspect it'd be a big pain in Matlab or Mathematica. Best way would be to export the data to PGF and plot it there, but again, I'm not aware of a prebuilt way to do it. –  Will Robertson Sep 8 '10 at 1:56