[OS X TeX] Placement of page-sized figure
Richard J Benish
rjbenish at teleport.com
Sat Jul 10 18:44:26 EDT 2010
Using a template provided by the journal, Il Nuovo Cimento, I can
well enough place a figure (pdf) when it is small enough so that
other text (besides the caption) appears on the same page. But I want
the figure (with its caption) to take up the whole page. When I try
this, however, I lose control of where it goes. The figure ends up at
the end of the document, after the references.
I've encountered a similar problem before, and in that case a
workable solution was to use the \includepdf command. It worked
because there was no bona fide "caption" to the figure. Whereas, in
the present case, I want a bona fide caption.
Is there a way to regain control of where a page-sized figure is
placed using the usual \includegraphics command? Or a way to put a
caption on a page using the \includepdf command? Or some other way to
get the same effect?
Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
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