Consider the following table

\caption{My caption}
     aaaaaaaaaaaaaaa (aaaaaa)   &  \url{bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbb}           &    88\%   \\
     \multirow{4}{*}{ccccccccccc (ccccccc)} &  \url{dddddddddddddd} &    50\%   \\
                                                        &  \url{eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee}            &    18 \%   \\ 
                                                        &  \url{ffffffffffffff}                 &    11 \%   \\ 
                                                        &  \url{gggggggggggggggggg}             &    7 \%   \\                  

As you can see in the picture, aaaaaaaaaaaaaaa (aaaaaa) has been wrapped to the next next line within the cell. However, ccccccccccc (ccccccc) hasn't been wrapped. How can I fix that?

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1 Answer 1


From the multirow manual:

〈width〉 is the width to which the text is to be set. Special values are * to indicate that the text parameter’s natural width is to be used, and = to indicate that the specified width of the column in which the \multirowentry is set should be used.

So, replace \multirow{4}{*}{ccccccccccc (ccccccc)} by \multirow{4}{=}{ccccccccccc (ccccccc)}.

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