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Revision as of 17:57, 14 April 2010

\startcombination

Syntax

\startcombination[...] ... \stopcombination
[...] matrix


Description

matrix = cols*rows (e.g. 3*2 means 3 columns and 2 rows).

This command can be used with figures, tables or other floats.



Example

\placefigure
  [here]
  {Caption.}
  {\startcombination[3*2]
     {\externalfigure[f11][width=\OneColWidth]}{Subcaption 11.}
     {\externalfigure[f12][width=\OneColWidth]}{Subcaption 12.}
     {\externalfigure[f13][width=\OneColWidth]}{Subcaption 13.}
     {\externalfigure[f21][width=\OneColWidth]}{Subcaption 21.}
     {\externalfigure[f22][width=\OneColWidth]}{Subcaption 22.}
     {\externalfigure[f23][width=\OneColWidth]}{Subcaption 23.}
   \stopcombination}


See also