I'm composing a document in which I use the
wrapfig environment to let me wrap text around a floating figure. I've placed this figure (of width
0.3\textwidth) on the right of a page, and I'd like to include a table inline with the text that's wrapping around the figure, centered relative to the
0.7\textwidth I have left. Unfortunately:
- When using a regular
centerenvironment (and no
tabular), the table's centered with respect to the entire page
- When using the
tableenvironment, the table floats with regard to the text - I'd like it to stay exactly where I put it, rather than head to the bottom or top of the page like a figure (and I can't really figure out how to center it anyway)
- When using
wraptable, I get warnings about wrapped figure collisions, and the table continues to float relative to the text
Is there a way I can tell LaTeX to "center" a
tabular environment only in the left
0.7\textwidth of a page?
Edit: To be clearer, here's a snippet of my current file:
Some text here...
More text here...
I'd very much like the layout to look like:
Some text here... someimage.png
table info... someimage.png
More text here... someimage.png
Note how the table info is centered but only in the left portion of the page. I'm looking for the environment I can use to make that happen with the
tabular chunk I have now.