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---- +====== ​Top-aligning imported graphics ​====== 
-title: ​Top-aligning imported graphics +
-category: graphics +
-permalink: /​FAQ-topgraph +
----+
  
 When TeX sets a line of anything, it ensures that the base-line of When TeX sets a line of anything, it ensures that the base-line of
 each object in the line is at the same level as the base-line of the each object in the line is at the same level as the base-line of the
-final object. ​ (Apart, of course, from `\raiseboxcommands&​hellip;​)+final object. ​ (Apart, of course, from ''​\raisebox'' ​commands...)
  
 Most imported graphics have their base-line set at the bottom of the Most imported graphics have their base-line set at the bottom of the
-picture. ​ When using packages such as [`subfig`](https://​ctan.org/​pkg/​subfig), one often+picture. ​ When using packages such as [[ctanpkg>​subfig|subfig]], one often
 wants to align figures by their tops.  The following odd little bit of wants to align figures by their tops.  The following odd little bit of
 code does this: code does this:
-<!-- {% raw %} --> + 
-```latex+ 
 +<​code ​latex>
 \vtop{% \vtop{%
   \vskip0pt   \vskip0pt
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   }%   }%
 } }
-``` +</code> 
-<!-- {% endraw %} --+ 
-The `\vtopprimitive sets the base-line of the resulting object to +The ''​\vtop'' ​primitive sets the base-line of the resulting object to 
-that of the first "​line"​ in it; the `\vskipcreates the illusion +that of the first "​line"​ in it; the ''​\vskip'' ​creates the illusion 
-of an empty line, so `\vtopmakes the very top of the box into the+of an empty line, so ''​\vtop'' ​makes the very top of the box into the
 base-line. base-line.
  
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 case for making the base-line one ex-height below the top of the box, case for making the base-line one ex-height below the top of the box,
 as in: as in:
-<!-- {% raw %} --> + 
-```latex+ 
 +<​code ​latex>
 \vtop{% \vtop{%
   \vskip-1ex   \vskip-1ex
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   }%   }%
 } }
-``` +</code> 
-<!-- {% endraw %} -->+
 A more LaTeX-y way of doing the job (somewhat inefficiently) uses A more LaTeX-y way of doing the job (somewhat inefficiently) uses
-the [`calc`](https://​ctan.org/​pkg/​calcpackage: +the [[ctanpkg>​calc|calc]] package: 
-```latex+ 
 +<​code ​latex>
 \usepackage{calc} \usepackage{calc}
 ... ...
 \raisebox{1ex-\height}{\includegraphics{figure}} \raisebox{1ex-\height}{\includegraphics{figure}}
-```+</​code>​
 (this has the same effect as the text-align version, above). (this has the same effect as the text-align version, above).
  
-The fact is, _you_ may choose where the base-line ends up.  This+The fact is, //​you// ​may choose where the base-line ends up.  This
 answer merely shows you sensible choices you might make. answer merely shows you sensible choices you might make.
  
 +
 +-----
 +
 +//Source:// [[faquk>​FAQ-topgraph|Top-aligning imported graphics]]
 +
 +{{htmlmetatags>​metatag-keywords=(LaTeX,​graphics)
 +metatag-og:​title=(Top-aligning imported graphics)
 +metatag-og:​site_name=(FAQ LaTeX francophone)
 +}}
  
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