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Don't use \resizebox, with it you loose control on the font size. Fonts can become to small that can be read. The table generated by your MWE is (without use of \resizebox) wider than is text width. To remedy this you can select one of the following possibilities: make \textwidth wider, for example with use of the \geometry package reduce font and \tabcol ...


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As the documentation of multirow writes However, care must be taken that the longtable doesn’t break the multirow entry when it is near the bottom of the page. [...] you want to prevent the pagebreak to occur in the middle of this entry. You can do this by ending the intermediate rows with \\* instead of \\.


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You have misunderstood the use of multirow. You have to span the number of "normal" rows because multirow does not know the height of the spanning box, see page 6 in the manual and the example given there: The middle column is the \multirow. You would expect it to be vertically centered, but it isn’t. This is because \multirow doesn’t know the height ...


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Some suggestions and comments: The table shown in your screenshot is very "traditional", i.e., rather cramped, unattractive and uninviting. The overall impression is that of a prison cell window: Lots and lots of horizontal and vertical bars. Its "look" is shown in the first table below. Do give some thought to giving the table a more open "look". A very ...


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The following solution, proposed originally by @Mico at https://tex.stackexchange.com/a/192332/197451, should suit your purpose: \documentclass{article} \usepackage[margin=1in]{geometry} \usepackage{multirow,tabularx} \newcolumntype{Y}{>{\centering\arraybackslash}X} \renewcommand{\arraystretch}{2} \begin{document} \emph{Original form: All columns are ...


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As the initial proposal was done with tcolorbox, here you have two possible solutions with tcolorbox. As OP already proposed these solutions are based on tcbraster. The first one uses a one-column-tcbraster inside a multicol environment and the second uses a three-column-tcbraster. Inner boxes are defined in classified style and they are blank boxes with ...


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