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Align text in multiple rotated multicolumns

I have a table with figures and rotated text in the first two columns. I don't understand 2 issues: How I can align and especially center the text? With the images I included (all same size and ...
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Rotatebox in eso-pic background rotates whole page with scrbook, but not in pdfLaTeX

I am using the eso-pic package to create a draft sign in the background of my document (scrbook-class). The sign is rotated 45° on the page. Everything works fine. I use TeXLive and Kile with Suse ...
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rotated text and figure side with vertical alignment

I am using subfig package to place three figures and a one rotated text side by side. Attached below is the mwe \documentclass[draft]{article} \usepackage{subfig} \usepackage[demo]{graphicx} ...
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How do you vertically flip a figure in place?

I am using MiKTeX on Windows 7. I am trying to vertically flip a figure that is a component of a multi-EPS figure. The method I use is \scalebox as follows. \documentclass{article} % Specifies ...
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Rotating figure within a block of figures

I am using MiKTeK 2.9 on Windows 7. I am trying to make a single figure out of a block of eps files using the following code \documentclass{article} % Specifies the document class ...
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LaTeX - place more than one small pictures on top of a big one

I've been trying to put several small images on top of a large one. One way I found to place one picture on top of another one was to use the stackengine package. I couldn't figure how to place ...
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About mirroring a piece of text

I would like to produce a mirrored version of the Lorem ipsum text. How can I do this? If I use \reflectbox or \scalebox, everything ends up in a single line of text. This is my code: ...
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Typesetting straight baselines in a circular arrangement

I was wondering how one might go about setting the circular arrangement seen here in Figure "(2)"--i.e.,in a series of straight lines radiating from a central point. The most useful thing I've ...
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Dedicated pages for figures featuring automatic fit-to-page scaling and automatic portrait/landscape selection

There are some books where you have a couple of pages that contain only a picture with no footer, header or anything like that. I wanted to have something similar although I'd like to keep a uniform ...
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Rotating figures to point to the outside edge

I am writing my thesis in LaTeX book style. I have a large figure that I want to rotate to make it viewable sideways. I can do this with the includegraphics option angle=90. My question: Is there a ...
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Flush stacked rotated images

I have a series of images that I would like to line up horizontialy, all scaled to a given height, rotated 90 degrees and exactly flush with respect to each other. For example: ...
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Rotating a set of pictures aligned in multiple rows

I made a figure that displays 2x3 images. However, I would like the whole figure, except the caption, to be rotated for 90 degrees. Here is the code that I tried to adjust by 'rotatebox' command: ...
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How can I tell ConTeXt to automatically rotate images to fit their dimensions most accurately?

I have high resolution images that would be much more effectively executed in landscape format. Is there a way to tell ConTeXt to automatically place images in landscape format to suit their ...
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How to rotate a picture in 3 dimensions?

I have a picture like this: I want to use this picture rotated like this (inline with the text as well as separately): Is there a way to achieve this?
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Landscape caption for a rotated figure in a portrait page

I've managed to rotate an image 90 degrees to be as if in landscape mode, but I still need to change location and rotation of the caption to match the image's orientation, while keeping the page in ...
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Rotate eps image without the whole page

I have a eps file printed out from a Simulink model using the Matlab command print -deps. However, the image is rotated +90 degrees to portrait. When I include it into my latex document, the whole ...
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Sideways figure and caption to fit textwidth and no page break

I'm struggling with placing some plots in latex. I'm trying to include the plots (sideways, but not the heading) in an appendix, so the first plot needs to be placed at the same page as the appendix ...
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Force sideways graphic to fit page

I'm using this preamble: \documentclass[pdftex,10pt,b5paper,twoside]{report} \usepackage[lmargin=25mm,rmargin=25mm,tmargin=27mm,bmargin=30mm]{geometry} \usepackage[comma]{natbib} ...