[texhax] A table with both images and text (format problem)

Lars Madsen daleif at imf.au.dk
Sun Jun 12 11:25:34 CEST 2005

Dan Bolser :

> On Sat, 11 Jun 2005, Lars Madsen wrote:
>> just use p{...} on both columns (your pictures all have the same width).
>> If the pictures in your 'real' document does not have the same width use
>> the array package and use >{\centering\arraybackslash}p{5cm} for the last
>> column
> I tried the above, but it looks just like as with '|c|' for the 'image
> column' of the table.
> All my images are (or will be scaled to) the same size.

argh, ####! my mistake.

use the array-package

and m{...} instead of p{...}

I remembered wrong.

p{...} is like \parbox[t]{...}{...}
m{...} is like \parbox[c]{...}{...}
b{...} is like \parbox[b]{...}{...}



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