Thank you, Thomas.
I got the answer. It was relating with the 
compiling of the output files.

From: Thomas Feuerstack <>
To: Wijono <>
Sent: Tue, June 8, 2010 6:56:54 PM
Subject: Re: [protext] Floating figure: JPG pics flushed to right


Am 02.06.2010 02:41, schrieb Wijono:
> Hi all,
> I got problem in placing the float figures which have ,jpg file format.
> Here the sample block:
> ......
> \usepackage{graphicx}
> ......
> \begin{figure}[/placement specifier/]
> \centering
> \includegraphics{aws.jpg}
> \caption{Archimedes wave swing (AWS)}
> \label{fig1}
> \end{figure}
> .....
> Any /placement specifier /(t,h,p,t,!h) always give the figure flushed to
> the right, not centered.

the placement options don't specify the horizontal position inside the page, 
but the vertical floating, i.e. top, bottom, here, ...

> However, figures with .eps format are always placed in the center
> correctly. The caption is also centered for any figure file format. The
> common problem in .eps file is that the size is usually very big.
> I need your suggestion and help.

First of all this isn't a ProTeXt related problem, so it might be better to 
post it inside a forum concerned to LaTeX related problems. For my person, i 
would assume that there is whitespace left arround your figure, which might 
lead to the effect described above.

Regards - Thomas


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