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Problem compiler error about figure/subfigure ' caption using latex IEEE ACCESS template

I think the best approach is to just use caption and subcaption and configure those packages to create captions that look like IEEE Access preferred style. Here is how I do it: \usepackage{caption} \...
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Placing a figure at the bottom left of the page and wrapping the text around it properly

What you have should work. You just need to adjust the image and add more text after the image. Take a look at this: And here is the code: \documentclass[a4paper,11pt]{article} \usepackage{graphicx} \...
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How can I put a full-width figure on a partial page in a two column LaTeX document?

It does work with stfloats instead of dblfoaltfix: \documentclass[twocolumn]{article} \usepackage{lipsum} \usepackage{stfloats} \usepackage{flushend} \begin{document} \lipsum[2] \begin{figure*}[b] ...
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How to avoid page breaks before or after 'figure' environments

I would like to have those [two] pictures and the text ["SEND HELP"] on the same page. It would be lovely if the [cross-]reference could be 1.1(a) rather than 1.1a. To address the first ...
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Arrange subfigures in 2x2 + 1 centered shape

You can use the outer alignment option to adjust vertical alignment. Using b for every sub-figure is tantamount to using the default or any other value. One way to adjust the alignment of the final ...
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Arrange subfigures in 2x2 + 1 centered shape

You can use \valign TeX primitive. My code is based on \inspic from OpTeX but it is irrelevant for you. You can simply replace the macro \figure by your macro or your code. The core if the idea is the ...
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Appropriate Font for Figure Legends in Elsevier's Journal

This is not really a TeX question as much as it is an article submission question. My suspicion is that your article was flagged because the text was either too small to read or because the font was ...
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Using table inside solution environment of exam documentclass

Do not forget like me that table is not needed at all if you do not need captions, labels for cross-referencing, and the extra whitespace added for those even when they don't exist. A plain tabular ...
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How can I create different margins for figures and text in a two column document?

This uses tikzpagenodes to detect left and right columns, It is not the most efficient, but is far simpler to use. The assumption is that figures only overlap the left and right margins, while ...
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How can I create different margins for figures and text in a two column document?

Edit: At the first attempt I apparently misunderstand what you after. Now I see, that you almost done. You only need to make the following small changes: accommodate width of adjustwidth width to ...
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Table reference

I had this frustrating experience too. Even followed the exact syntax that worked successfully in another file. I ended up deleting .aux, .log, and .gz files, running it again, and it worked.
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How to get equations and picture side by side?

Here is a paracol colution. And yes, paracol can handle unequal column widths. \documentclass{book} \usepackage[export]{adjustbox} \usepackage{nccmath} \usepackage{graphicx} \usepackage{paracol} \...
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How to get equations and picture side by side?

I'd use aligned inside \[...\] (or equation* which is the same) with a Knuthian trick for obtaining flush left and flush right in the display. \documentclass{book} \usepackage{amsmath} \usepackage{...
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How to add vertical spacing that is allowed to stretch for layout?

By placing the two images in a single figure you are freezing the glue so not allowing any stretching. If you use two separate floats then \floatsep glue will be used which is stretchy by default. You ...
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stacking two page-width figures on top of each other in a two-column document

You can have multiple \includegraphics and multible \captions inside one \begin{figure}...\end{figure}, so just by commenting out the two lines \end{figure*} \begin{figure*}[h] you should achieve ...
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Way to span a picture/table across all columns in multicolumn article/report and placing them precisely where they should be

Your example results in two pages only and the figure is shown at the top of the second page: So your “I need the figure on the second page, but it has gone to the third one” cannot be reproduced or ...
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Adding sub caption under an aligned figure

You can exploit adjustbox. With valign=c you set the image half below the baseline. Do the same in the subfigure environment, using [t] vertical alignment. \documentclass{article} \usepackage[T1]{...
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h float specifier changed to ht

The question is different. Does h mean exactly here or approximately here. It doesn't mean either, it means do not allow the float at the top of the page or the bottom of the page or on a page on its ...
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