Re: Lining up text and graphics in tables?

2010-01-13 Thread Daniel Lohmann
Thanks Daniel, Yeah, I tried a minipage containing three minipages just before I wrote the original email. It walked waay off the right side of the page. Hmmm, but I didn't try the textwidth and hfill. Where would I place the \textwidth, and how would I back it out once all these

Re: Lining up text and graphics in tables?

2010-01-13 Thread Daniel Lohmann
Thanks Daniel, Yeah, I tried a minipage containing three minipages just before I wrote the original email. It walked waay off the right side of the page. Hmmm, but I didn't try the textwidth and hfill. Where would I place the \textwidth, and how would I back it out once all these

Re: Lining up text and graphics in tables?

2010-01-13 Thread Daniel Lohmann
Thanks Daniel, Yeah, I tried a minipage containing three minipages just before I wrote the original email. It walked waay off the right side of the page. Hmmm, but I didn't try the textwidth and hfill. Where would I place the \textwidth, and how would I back it out once all these

Re: Lining up text and graphics in tables?

2010-01-12 Thread Daniel Lohmann
On 12.01.2010, at 07:05, Steve Litt wrote: Ugh! I wanted rows with 3 columns. Column 1 is the name of the graphic. Column 2 is the graphic itself. Column 3 is a short explanation of the graphic. I used individual 1 row, 3 column tables to save room and make sure pages broke reasonably.

Re: Lining up text and graphics in tables?

2010-01-12 Thread Steve Litt
On Tuesday 12 January 2010 03:47:03 Daniel Lohmann wrote: On 12.01.2010, at 07:05, Steve Litt wrote: Ugh! I wanted rows with 3 columns. Column 1 is the name of the graphic. Column 2 is the graphic itself. Column 3 is a short explanation of the graphic. I used individual 1 row, 3

Re: Lining up text and graphics in tables?

2010-01-12 Thread Yago
Hello. See the attached files lyx and tex. I began with the tex file and then this was imported to lyx; this is more easy for me. The command \renewcommand{\tablename}{Table} is because I work in spanish language. Regards. - Original Message - From: Steve Litt

Re: Lining up text and graphics in tables?

2010-01-12 Thread Daniel Lohmann
On 12.01.2010, at 07:05, Steve Litt wrote: Ugh! I wanted rows with 3 columns. Column 1 is the name of the graphic. Column 2 is the graphic itself. Column 3 is a short explanation of the graphic. I used individual 1 row, 3 column tables to save room and make sure pages broke reasonably.

Re: Lining up text and graphics in tables?

2010-01-12 Thread Steve Litt
On Tuesday 12 January 2010 03:47:03 Daniel Lohmann wrote: On 12.01.2010, at 07:05, Steve Litt wrote: Ugh! I wanted rows with 3 columns. Column 1 is the name of the graphic. Column 2 is the graphic itself. Column 3 is a short explanation of the graphic. I used individual 1 row, 3

Re: Lining up text and graphics in tables?

2010-01-12 Thread Yago
Hello. See the attached files lyx and tex. I began with the tex file and then this was imported to lyx; this is more easy for me. The command \renewcommand{\tablename}{Table} is because I work in spanish language. Regards. - Original Message - From: Steve Litt

Re: Lining up text and graphics in tables?

2010-01-12 Thread Daniel Lohmann
On 12.01.2010, at 07:05, Steve Litt wrote: Ugh! I wanted rows with 3 columns. Column 1 is the name of the graphic. Column 2 is the graphic itself. Column 3 is a short explanation of the graphic. I used individual 1 row, 3 column tables to save room and make sure pages broke reasonably.

Re: Lining up text and graphics in tables?

2010-01-12 Thread Steve Litt
On Tuesday 12 January 2010 03:47:03 Daniel Lohmann wrote: > On 12.01.2010, at 07:05, Steve Litt wrote: > > Ugh! > > > > I wanted rows with 3 columns. Column 1 is the name of the graphic. > > Column 2 is > > the graphic itself. Column 3 is a short explanation of the graphic. > > I used > >

Re: Lining up text and graphics in tables?

2010-01-12 Thread Yago
Hello. See the attached files lyx and tex. I began with the tex file and then this was imported to lyx; this is more easy for me. The command \renewcommand{\tablename}{Table} is because I work in spanish language. Regards. - Original Message - From: "Steve Litt"