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With minipages: \documentclass{article} \begin{document} \noindent \begin{minipage}[t]{.4\textwidth} \textbf{First Entry} $X, Y$ \medskip \textbf{Second Entry} $Z, W$ \medskip \textbf{Third Entry} \end{minipage} \hfill \begin{minipage}[t]{.55\textwidth} Here is text corresponding to the equations in the left. \end{minipage} \end{document}


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Answer from: Order of figure and figure* - figure* either goes to next page or order reversed I was able to solve this problem by manipulating the counter. I embedded \setcounter{figure}{#} into the figure and figure*. The count reordered the figure numbering and preserves the placement.


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There is actually a more easy way, using \documentclass[]{revtex4-1} with option galley. It will make your article only on the left side, so the right side is free to write corrections (@Keks Dose: that's the reason, when printing you have the right side to insert corrections, it is really handy :) ). As an example: \documentclass[aip,apl,reprint,floatfix,...


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I was not able to achieve the result using supertabular, but using a calstable from the package cals, works well. I defined a centred calstable with one column. Each cell consists of a new standard tabular environment with five centred columns (you may use a calstable instead). I emptied the calstable’s header row to ensure that yo did not get the same row ...


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ConTeXt doesn't place text backgrounds behind floats in the standard setting. The calculation for the needed space takes on the vertical position and margin settings )or for side floats the width of the float content) into account but not multiple columns as in your case. \useMPlibrary[dum] \definetextbackground [example] [location=paragraph, ...


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Your table will perfectly fit in portrait orientation provided you take a larger height for the column heads and a smaller value for \tabcolsep, and use the table* environment. I did so using the \rothead command from makecell for its much simpler syntax. Last, I used the tabularx environment, and the X type for the first column; \documentclass[compsoc]{...


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In the following example, I have added the missing column specifier, replaced table by table* to prevent the table from overlapping the text and used a taller header row in combination with a slightly decreased \tabcolsep in order to make the table narrow enough to fit into the page: \documentclass[compsoc]{IEEEtran} \usepackage{array} \usepackage{booktabs} ...


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I have found the solution. As @leandriis mentioned in the comment, the width of the table is big so I needed to change the direction to landscape. At the end, code looks like this: \documentclass[compsoc]{IEEEtran} \usepackage{array} \usepackage{booktabs} \usepackage{rotating} \usepackage{lscape} \newcolumntype{P}[2]{% >{\begin{turn}{#1}\begin{minipage}...


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You are missing a few \\ - \hline should come always after a it. And \tbsp is not defined, so I removed it. With this changes your example compiles fine: \documentclass[12pt,aps,prb,twocolumn, nofootinbib]{report} \usepackage[utf8]{inputenc} \usepackage{supertabular,booktabs} \usepackage{array} \begin{document} \begin{center} \tablefirsthead{% \hline \...


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If your table will fit in single page, then you can try with: \begin{table*} \caption{...} \begin{tabular}{..} ... ... \end{tabular} \end{table*} No need to go with supertabular or longtable, which are mainly used for tables which exceeds more than a page...


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