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3_composition:flottants:centrer_un_flottant_tres_large [2018/05/24 10:43]
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---- +====== ​Centring a very wide figure or table ====== 
-title:  ​Centring a very wide figure or table +
-section: How do I do&​hellip;?​ +
-subsection: Floating tables, figures, etc. +
-date: 2014-06-10 +
----+
  
 The normal means of centring a figure or table object is to include The normal means of centring a figure or table object is to include
-`\centeringat the top of the float. ​ This doesn'​t help if the +''​\centering'' ​at the top of the float. ​ This doesn'​t help if the 
-object is wider than `\textwidth`&​nbsp;&​mdash; ​the object starts at the left+object is wider than ''​\textwidth''​ --- the object starts at the left
 margin and juts out into the right margin (which is actually doubly margin and juts out into the right margin (which is actually doubly
 unsatisfactory,​ since as well as looking bad, the float won't be unsatisfactory,​ since as well as looking bad, the float won't be
-placed until the next `\clearpageor the like.)+placed until the next ''​\clearpage'' ​or the like.)
  
 You can avoid the problem by rescaling the figure or table to fit, but You can avoid the problem by rescaling the figure or table to fit, but
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 Otherwise, if the object is wider than the printable area of the page, Otherwise, if the object is wider than the printable area of the page,
-you've no choice other than to [rotate it](FAQ-landscape.md).  If, +you've no choice other than to [[FAQ-landscape|rotate it]].  If, 
-however, the object is _just_ ​wider than the text block, you can+however, the object is //​just// ​wider than the text block, you can
 make it pretend to be the right size by: make it pretend to be the right size by:
-```latex+ 
 +<​code ​latex>
 \begin{figure} \begin{figure}
   \noindent   \noindent
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   \caption{This figure juts out into both margins}   \caption{This figure juts out into both margins}
 \end{figure} \end{figure}
-``` +</​code>​ 
-Note the `\noindent`: the `\makeboxstarts a paragraph, and you +Note the ''​\noindent''​: the ''​\makebox'' ​starts a paragraph, and you 
-really don't want that indented by `\parindent`.+really don't want that indented by ''​\parindent''​. 
 + 
 + 
 +----- 
 + 
 +//Source:// [[faquk>​FAQ-wideflt|Centring a very wide figure or table]]
  
 +{{htmlmetatags>​metatag-keywords=(LaTeX,​figures,​floats,​tables)
 +metatag-og:​title=(Centring a very wide figure or table)
 +metatag-og:​site_name=(FAQ LaTeX francophone)
 +}}
  
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