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How can I temporarily leave two column environment for a picture description [closed]

asked 2013-11-15 15:19:47 +0200

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I have created a document which has a single column section at the beginning of the first page, and two columns sections thereafter. I have noticed that when I insert picture into column 1, and expand its size to cover both columns, two column layout behaves appropriately. However, how can I insert single column picture description (centered text) now, without braking the float in underneath two column layout?

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answered 2013-11-16 13:48:32 +0200

oweng gravatar image

If you want to change from two-columns to a single column layout at the end of the two-column section, refer my answer here. If you want to exit a two-column layout somewhere in the middle you will have to use a more tedious manual method of returning the content to single column layout, then re-marking the required fore and aft sections as two-column again (allow some content in the middle that is single column).

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answered 2013-11-26 14:17:04 +0200

bartek4c gravatar image

The answer is - by using caption

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