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Center figure that is wider than \textwidth

I have a figure that is wider than the \textwidth of my document. (I don't want to change the \textwidth.) As a result, the leftmost part of the figure is flush with the left margin, while the ...
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How can I center a too wide table?

I have a document containing a table which is slightly too wide for the page. But instead of growing to the right side only, I would like to have it centered on the page. I have tried to use the ...
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How to put two figures side by side in a two-column document

How to put two figures side by side in a two-column document. figure* is not working.
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Minipage, columns, tabular: differences in applicability?

This \parbox vs. \minipage post helped me to understand the main reasons to use either \parbox or {minipage} for placing material side-by-side ({minipage} is usually the winner). I have a similar ...
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Size of lstlisting in subfig

For a paper, I have to present two code snippets that do the same thing to compare them. I started having them in two different figures, but now, I'm trying to have them side by side, and that's ...
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Allow centered graphic to overflow in margin [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Balancing figure that is wider than document's width I'm including a graphic with: \centering\includegraphics[width=xin]{some_name} This works fine as long as the image ...
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How to have a figure touch the edge of the page?

How can I position a figure (picture) so that it: is aligned on the left-hand side with the text (this is in two column page) touches (or exceeds) the right-hand side of the page? An example can be ...
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How to place two figures next to each other and centered

How can I position two graphs next to each other so that it looks good? For putting two figures next to each other I found the solution below in another question around here, however, I would like ...
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Let caption float into margin

I searched for a long time to find a solution to let a caption of a figure and/or a table expand into the outside margin. I'm able to get a figure/table where the width is textwidth plus ...
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How to have headers, section headings, and figures expand into the margin?

I am interested in the following page layout. How to have headers in margins (up to margin) Is it possible to start section headings from margin How to set figures occupy the margins. I can make ...
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Wide figures to spill out into the outer, not inner, margin in double-sided documents [duplicate]

I'm writing a text where I have some figures that need to be wider than the text width, and I want then to spill out into the outer (in my text, rather wide) margin. I have tried a solution which I ...
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Inserting very wide paragraphs or pictures…

The questions and answers regarding wide paragraphs are rather popular. What I would like to have is a new kind of "element" in my documents which would allow me to display wide paragraphs which can ...
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ConTeXt: Extend figure into margin with \placefigure

I would like to extend a figure into the margin pretty much as done here in LaTeX: Place figures side by side, spill into outer margin My idea was to place the figure right and make it wider than \...