# [texhax] Sequence

Uwe Lück uwe.lueck at web.de
Thu May 4 23:06:05 CEST 2006

At 21:52 04.05.06, Philip G. Ratcliffe wrote:
> > I'm creating the following document using Kile:
> >
> > bla bla bla bla
> > bla bla bla bla
> > Image bla:
> > \begin{figure}[htbp]\center
> > \includegraphics[width=0.55\textwidth]{image.eps }
> > \caption{Some image that fill the entire page}\end{figure}
> > ble ble ble ble
> > ble ble ble ble
> >
> > What I would like to create with this code:
> >
> > First page:
> > bla bla bla bla
> > bla bla bla bla
> > Image bla:
> >
> > Second page:
> >                       IMAGE
> > Some image that fill the entire page
> >
> > Third page
> > ble ble ble ble
> > ble ble ble ble
> > [snip]
> > Is this correct? What do I need to do to create the result
> > with three pages? Why kile don't produce the correct sequence?
>
>For a start, it's nothing to with kile but LaTeX, which you do presumably
>run at some point.
>
>Second it is indeed correct: the whole point of LaTeX is that it does the
>type-setting for you and therefore puts the figure in the best place it
>finds for it.  If this is not what you want/need then maybe you don't
>want/need LaTeX.
>
>Anyway, this should get you what you appear to want:
>
>bla bla bla bla
>bla bla bla bla
>Image bla:
>\clearpage
>\begin{figure}[htbp]\center
>\includegraphics[width=0.55\textwidth]{image.eps }
>\caption{Some image that fill the entire page}\end{figure}
>\clearpage
>ble ble ble ble
>ble ble ble ble

And what about optional argument [H] from the float package!?
-- Uwe Lück.