# Aligning a table (vertically) with a subfigure [closed]

I want to show three pictures and a tabel with explanatory text:

    ---------   ---------
|       |   |       |
| Pic 1 |   | Pic 2 |
|       |   |       |
---------   ---------

---------      TABLE
|       |   |txt | txt|
| Pic 3 |   |txt | txt|
|       |   |txt | txt|
---------


I'm using \subfigure for to place the pictures, but regardless of if I put the \tabular inside a subfigure, alone or in a \minipage, it vertically aligns itself with the midpoint at the bottom of Pic 3:

    ---------   ---------
|       |   |       |
| Pic 1 |   | Pic 2 |
|       |   |       |
---------   ---------

---------
|       |
| Pic 3 |      TABLE
|       |   |txt | txt|
---------   |txt | txt|
|txt | txt|


How can I sort this? I know subfigure is old, but if possible I'd rather not start over with a new package. I've tried \subtable but no change.

It doesn't have to be perfect, a quick fix would be great! I've tried putting a negative \vspace before, but doesn't help.

## closed as too localized by cmhughes, Qrrbrbirlbel, Claudio Fiandrino, Speravir, ThorstenApr 28 '13 at 18:25

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• Did you try to use \begin{tabular}[t]{cc} for the table? – Sigur Apr 28 '13 at 14:36
• [t] put it even further down, but using [b] worked as i wanted it. Thanks so much, and thanks for the hints of forum etiquette, Papiro! – Wilhelm Apr 28 '13 at 14:45
• @Wilhelm Pictures have their reference point at the bottom, so \begin{tabular}[b]{cc} is what you're looking for. – egreg Apr 28 '13 at 15:13