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comment How to add images inside the table in beamer
@RincyRaphael Use the fixup argument to \multirow. See the documentation for details. Basically, \multirow{3}*[fixup length]{content} where a positive fixup length will raise the content. multirow tries to centre the contents vertically but doesn't always manage it.
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reviewed Reviewed Modifying mini-toc content
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comment Modifying mini-toc content
Welcome to TeX.SX! To expand on the previous comment, you are being asked for a minimal working example (MWE) that illustrates your problem. It will be much easier for us to reproduce your situation and find out what the issue is when we see compilable code, starting with \documentclass{...} and ending with \end{document}.
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reviewed Looks OK Symbol division latex
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reviewed Reopen Symbol division latex
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comment Drawing a brush stroke like outline
Would be easier, I think, in metapost than tikz...
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comment New class prevent XeLaTeX to compile the section title
Wouldn't it be easier to just use a standard class and something like titlesec to customise things? That is what you seem to be trying to do. Or wrap it in a package. I don't see the need for a class here.
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comment How to correctly write number ranges?
If you have to convert your document to Word at some point, it creates needless complications. (All the maths becomes images and you have to go through and remove them all.)
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comment How to correctly write number ranges?
Does that switch to maths mode in the middle of text, though? That seems to me wrong unless the numbers are really mathematics. But maybe that is not what this does - or not the first case, anyway.
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comment Remove black line above references apsrev4
Your code does not reproduce the line because it contains no text. Please read the link. Your example needs to illustrate what you would like to change.
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comment Remove black line above references apsrev4
That code does not produce the output posted or reproduce the error. Please read the link Christian Hupfer included in the first comment.
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comment Any alternatives for longtable package? (produce tables can continue to the next page)
longtabu also does this, I think, and maybe some of the other newer table packages. ctan will have a list for an appropriate topic, I'm sure.
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comment Landscape table in multicol-environment
Your code does not demonstrate the problem you describe. When I compile your code, I get a table in landscape taking the whole page.
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comment csquotes: Using Auto Quotes to Create Block Quotes if Required
\DeleteQuotes, \DisableQuotes and \EnableQuotes seem potentially helpful but I can't make anything actually work.
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comment csquotes: Using Auto Quotes to Create Block Quotes if Required
The documentation claims active quotes should work in the document body so I'm wrong about the preamble bit. (It just says they work in the preamble or config file as well.)
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comment Labeling sides and angles of a right triangle for an argument of the Pythagorean Theorem
Information about producing a minimal working example (MWE) that illustrates your problem. Given your comments on Gonzalo Medina's answer, I think cynicism wholly justified. The manual for TikZ is exemplary. If nothing else, you can cut and paste some code as a starting point. There are numerous examples on this site and percusse even did your searching for you. There are further examples in the online gallery and so on and so forth.
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comment csquotes: Using Auto Quotes to Create Block Quotes if Required
I was afraid of that. I seemed to remember that this needed to be done in the preamble.
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comment How to add images inside the table in beamer
@RincyRaphael See my edit. Is that what you mean?
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revised How to add images inside the table in beamer
Add image in final column as requested in comments
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comment csquotes: Using Auto Quotes to Create Block Quotes if Required
Can you define the characters outside the preamble? (I've never tried but I wonder if that's the problem?)