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The schemata package is designed to handle simple and complex schemas of just this kind. If you are not using mathematical content, one advantage of this approach is that it is primarily designed for typesetting textual schemas. (Though no doubt you could use it with mathematical content if you wished.) For example: \documentclass{article} ...

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Is that what you want? I played with the (lr) argument for \cmidrule, and required a (negative, here) trim on the right, calculated from the column width, which is known thanks to the minipage. If not known, we would have to use the eqparbox package. \documentclass{article} \usepackage{booktabs} \begin{document} \begin{tabular}{@{}ll@{}} XXXXXXX & ...

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I suggest using the makecell package. It allows for a common formatting in column heads and line breaks in cells. Also your table will look better without vertical lines. The booktabs package defines horizontal rules with variable thickness and some vertical padding around these rules. I replaced the center environment (which adds vertical spacing around the ...

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This is a 'dirty' trick: Write \newlabel explicitly to the .aux file with a prefix for a new label, say stored:: and use \nameref* from hyperref to get the label content. The {}{} and {} arguments can be empty here, as they are not important for this approach. However, expansion will be an issue. If the caption content itself holds commands that are ...

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The \xyR macro requires an argument, the desired spacing between rows. Here's how you should use it, with also a simpler approach: if you follow \xymatrix with @R=<dimen>, the given length will be used as the space between rows; you can also use \xymatrix@R+<dimen> \xymatrix@R-<dimen> that respectively add or subtract the given length ...

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This is a bug introduced into forest v1.09. It is fixed in v1.0.10, which is available on ctan. The bug is due to a leftover debugging statement, which issues a \typeout command, whose argument contains (after expansion) a \\ in the above non-working example. Now, this is normally not a problem: having \typeout{\\} in the main body of a document is just ...

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