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Re: Centering Text Cell


The simplest thing would be to place the graphic and the caption one
aboe the other in a one-column, two-row GridBox.

here is an example:


pl=Plot[x^2, {x, -3, 3},DisplayFunction->Identity];

cell=Cell[BoxData[
     GridBox[{{"Column I", "Column II"}, {"Row1", "Code1"},
        {"Row2", "Code2"}}, ColumnAlignments -> {Right, Left}]
     ], "Text"];

Cell[BoxData[
      GridBox[{{
            Cell[GraphicsData["PostScript",DisplayString[pl]],"Text"]},

          {cell}}]
      ],
    "Text"
    ]//CellPrint

--David


Bruce Colletti wrote:
> Re Mathematica 5.2 under WinXP.
>
> In the code below, output cell #2 is the "caption" of output cell #1.  How would I center the caption under the graphic, if it can be done at all?
>
> Tech support has crafted a clever solution that uses scaled coordinates and Epilog to create a single output cell.
>
> However, I wonder if this centering can be done while keeping the two output cells intact.  If so, then "maintaining" the caption becomes easier.
>
> Thankx.
>
> Bruce
>
>
> Plot[x^2, {x, -3, 3}];
>
> CellPrint[Cell[BoxData[
>      GridBox[{{"Column I", "Column II"}, {"Row1", "Code1"},
>         {"Row2", "Code2"}}, ColumnAlignments -> {Right, Left}]
>      ], "Text"]];


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