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For proper alignment of the items in the list you can set the items that require wrapping inside a \parbox of pre-specified width. This allows you to put all the items in the same list: \documentclass[11pt,t]{beamer}% http://ctan.org/pkg/beamer \let\Tiny\tiny% http://tex.stackexchange.com/q/58087/5764 %\usepackage{graphicx} Already loaded by beamer ...

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If someone is looking for another way to hack around this problem, I found a method using negative space. This does not solve the wrapping problem so if the image overlaps the text, you have to manually insert newlines. But it's a quick and ugly way to insert the image where you want. \begin{columns}[T] \column{0.99\textwidth} \begin{itemize} \item ...

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Don't use the / ("slash") symbol if you want to permit a line break right after it. Use the command \slash instead. I believe there's a separate issue that needs to be fixed: The argument of the tabular environment should probably be \begin{tabular}{l *{8}{p{1cm}} rather than \begin{tabular}{l p{1cm} *{8}{l p{1cm}} With these changes in place you ...

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It's a problem of your column definition. Why do you even have l in *{8}{l p{1cm}}? Change it to *{8}{p{1cm}} and your columns will be similar to each other. It's a hyphenation problem of salary/total and others -- TeX doesn't hyphen text with '/' in it. Use \slash instead to make it break.

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The table markup is rather odd, why use \sym rather than a footnote macro and automatic numbering? the table preambles specify 4 columns but they only have 3 columns of data. A package such as threeparttable automates measuring the width of the table and setting table notes to the same width.

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The accepted answer can be still improved upon The height of the wrapped text is off by one line, or stated differently, the space below the image is too big. This happens independently of whether a caption is present or not. Here is an even more dramatic example made using the same code: I think, I also found a reason why, over at ConTeXtGarden: ...

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The standard way to place a caption on a wrapped figure is as follows: \setupexternalfigures[location={local,global,default}] \starttext \startplacefigure [ title={A short caption}, location={left, nonumber}, ] \externalfigure[cow][width=2cm] \stopplacefigure \input knuth \stoptext which gives: If you want to use this in an ...

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