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How can I make text from the first line align with an image?

I'm writing a letter and I want to use an image as the first letter (A la olde time book Initials). See the below screenshot of what I've thrown together so far. What I would like to do is have the ...
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How to have a wrapfigure not always be below section heading

I have noticed that wrapfigs always place themselves under a section heading, with quite a bit of white space. This often leads to my wrapfig captions being below the bottom margin and the white space ...
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When wrapping text around an image, latex fills the bottom line first, not the top. How do I fix this?

I am using the wrapfig package in LaTeX, and in some areas, it is working fine to wrap the text around the image. However here it is breaking the lines in a weird way, and extending the blank area ...
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1answer
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wrapfig with {R} remains left and keeps white space to the right

I am using wrapfig inside normal text (no lists or anything), with the {R} option to make it float right. However, some of the figures end up being aligned left, with all the space to their right ...
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Too much space around wrap figure

I am using the wrapfig package to have my text around the figure but there is too much space around it as you can see below. Here is the code that I am using, I looked at the wikibook on LaTeX for ...
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Adjusting left/right margins of a wrapfig

Is there a (simple) way to adjust the white space to the left or right of a wrapfigure? I'd like to reduce the whitespace on the left side of a right-floated figure. Adding \hspace moves the figure ...
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Optimize Wrapfigure's output

I am including a wrapfigure in my document. My code is \documentclass[11pt]{article} \usepackage{wrapfigure} \usepackage{graphicx} \begin{document} \begin{wrapfigure}{l}{60mm} % \begin{center} ...
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hangindent + wrapfig = bad spacing?

I am using the wrapfig package in order to place some text on the right side of my paragraph: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{wrapfig} \begin{document} \begin{wrapfigure}{r}{0pt} ...
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1answer
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Wrapfigure apparently creating dummy space on a following page

The example below is a newsletter with two news items. The first item has a wrapfigure to include a graphic. The second does not But the resulting PDF (made with PDFLaTeX) has a blank area close to ...
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1answer
1k views

Spacing around image

Knuth is on record that he incorporated approximately 100 typographical rules in TeX. I am struggling to discover the balance. Consider the figure below, What should be the amount of space around ...
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Apply \intextsep at top of page

In trying to provide an answer to this question: Two column trouble - positioning of figures and text, I realized that I need to shift the wrapfigure up to account for the extra spacing that the ...
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White space under wrapfigure caption

Wrapfigure environment has excessive whitespace BELOW the caption. Inserting negative vspace just shifts the position of the caption relative to the image, actually increasing the 2+ lines of ...
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How to eliminate excessive vertical space in wrapfigure?

Compiling the following document using xelatex results in unwanted vertical space above the wrapfigure caption. Removing either the inclusion of the polyglossia package or \centercaption usage ...