{horizontal-alignment} is about aligning document elements horizontally, e.g. typesetting paragraphs using \centering or \raggedright or adjusting the horizontal position of several equation or table components. If your question is generally about (horizontal) white space, use {spacing} instead.

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How to right-align a title (without creating a complete custom title page)?

I suppose this is a simple matter, but I'm still finding my way around where to put things in LaTeX. I would like to right-align (i.e. flush to right) the contents of an article's title page. By ...
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How can I have images that are side-by-side and have numbers attached to each one?

For example: *Image 1* *Image 2* *Image 3* (i) (ii) (iii) Figure n. Multiple images. (i) image at time n. (ii) Image at time n+1. (iii) Image at time n+2
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Shrinking large matrices by preventing column alignment

I have a relatively large but sparse matrix (say 20x20). Maple has no problem displaying it on a screen because maple does not force the columns to be aligned when the matrix is large enough : element ...
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What is the correct way to center a \tikzpicture? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Should I use center or centering for figures and tables? What is the correct way to cause a \tikzpicture to be centered? By default it appears to be aligned with the ...