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{vertical-alignment} is about aligning document elements vertically, e.g. using \raggedbottom or \flushbottom or adjusting the vertical position of several equation or table components. If your question is generally about (vertical) white space, use {spacing} instead.

is about aligning document elements vertically, e.g. using \raggedbottom or \flushbottom, or adjusting the vertical position of several equation or table components. If your question is generally about (vertical) white space, use instead. If your question involves aligning elements of or , add the relevant tag along with this one.

Frequently Asked Questions

  1. How can I reduce the space between items in an enumerate environment?
  2. How can I vertically center text in a table cell?
  3. What's the difference between \pagebreak and \newpage?
  4. How can I get text underneath an \underbrace?
  5. How can I position text in Beamer at the top of the slide by default?
  6. How can I get one vertically centered equation number for two equations?
  7. How can I vertically center text on a page?
  8. How can I vertically center two adjacent images?
  9. How can I increase the row height of a table?
  10. How can I shift the title and author text up?
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