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The problem is mostly due to the .png images having extra wide space around them. Please check your images or try to upload them in your post. Here is your code with experimental images: \documentclass{article} %Document type \usepackage{amssymb,amsmath} %Inserting symbols \usepackage{graphicx} %Inserting graphics \usepackage{fullpage} ...

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touhami's suggestion in the comments made me find an answer for this admittedly niche problem. The solution is to construct the paragraph as if it was being normally typeset and then handle the positioning of the last paragraph manually. Here's how it goes: \textbf{CENTRED / NOT SMALL}\par { % Typeset as we did previously for the "regular / not small" ...

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The natural thing to do would be to use \begin{center}...\end{center}, but you have to use a trick for content larger than the current textwidth: wrap it in \makebox[0pt]{...}, to trick LaTeX into centering it. \item \leavevmode\vadjust{\vspace{\baselineskip}}\newline \begin{center} \makebox[0pt]{ \begin{tikzpicture}[>=stealth',node distance=2cm,on ...

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