I want to put a specific page (with pictures) at a special page number. Does somoene know how to dot that ?

Exemple : page 1 - 20 : normal text
page 21 : special page width a picture
page 21 - end : end of the text

Thanks for you help ! Kind regards,

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    Does the special page contain only the special picture, or is there also normal flowing text on the page, too? – Steven B. Segletes Jul 11 '16 at 13:42
  • Only a picture ! – NicolasColsoul Jul 11 '16 at 19:45
  • Could this question/answer help? tex.stackexchange.com/questions/95022/…? In order to make it on a page by itself, change [t] to [p] in \checkpage definition, and define the \figpage to be one page before the image is to appear. – Steven B. Segletes Jul 11 '16 at 19:57

Extra wide figure made to appear on page 10, based on answer at Forcing a table or image on a specified page. However, here, [p] option used for figure, \everypar is also used.

Extra wideness created with a \makebox[\textwidth]{<figure content>}.

\bxfigure{Here is my caption}
\newcommand\checkpage{\ifthenelse{\equal{\csname %

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Thanks for answer ! It looks good ! But I'm trying to put a includegraphics and it doesn't work anymore...

\bxfigure{Here is my caption}

\newcommand\checkpage{\ifthenelse{\equal{\csname %
  • This should have been an edit to your original question (or, if small enough, a comment to my answer). It is not an answer in itself. However, I found that if the image is small enough that LaTeX thinks it can fit two of them on a single page, it holds back the [p] pictures in an attempt to do so. Just as an experiment, increase the scale of the \includegraphics. Alternately, add a tall rule,\rule{0pt}{5in} for example, immediately prior to the \includegraphics (but as part of the 2nd \bxfigure argument). If this fixes the problem, then this is the issue. – Steven B. Segletes Jul 12 '16 at 10:12

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