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If you want the tabular material to "float" to the top of column, you must encase it in a "floating object", such as a table environment. To make sure it gets placed at the top of a column, you need the placement specifier [t!], i.e., you need to write \begin{table}[t!]. Incidentally, unless you have somehow modified the c column type to start taking an ...

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\begin{table}[t]...\end{table} is missing around your tabular, that means that top is the only allowed option or \begin{table*}....\end{table*} if the table should span both columns \maketitle ought to be inside the document abstract also needs to be inside the document you must remove \\*[1ex] from within \date{} Full code: \documentclass[11pt, ...

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Partial answer about small cap "Figure": From the documentation of the french language in babel, which on my system I can read with texdoc frenchb, one learns that the command \frenchsetup takes the argument SmallCapsFigTabCaptions=false to turn off using small caps for figure and table name. Minimal Code: \documentclass{article} \usepackage[utf8]{...

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You can test for \if@fcolmade (\legacy_if:nTF requires a current tex system as the command is rather new, but it could be easily replaced with something working also in older systems if needed). \documentclass[11pt]{article} \usepackage{eso-pic} \usepackage{xcolor} \usepackage{lipsum} \usepackage{xparse} \ExplSyntaxOn\makeatletter \NewDocumentCommand\...

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As I said in my comment, I can't reproduce your warnings. With the following MWE, where i made three small changes: add siunitx to write \SI{>1}{\%} instead of the $>$1\% (not relevant to your problem) move \usepackage{hyperref} to the end of preamble (also not relevant to your problem) instead of \\ on the end of the (i suppose) first paragraph, i ...

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