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I have a table that is wider than the \textwidth of my document. I don't want to change the \textwidth nor the width of the table. As a result, the leftmost part of the figure is flush with the left margin, while the rightmost part spills into the right margin. I'd like to center the table, so that it will exceed the \textwidth equally on both sides.

I'm searching for the simplest possible solution.

marked as duplicate by Mico, David Carlisle vertical-alignment Oct 12 '17 at 14:38

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