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    • Placing “caption” before “includegraphics” should do the trick:

      \begin{figure}
      \centering
      \caption{fig:default}
      \includegraphics{image.jpg}
      \label{fig:figlabel}
      \end{figure}

      Best, Tom.

  1. fabian schulz

    i did everything es describes above but whatever size i give to the image i get an overfull \hbox and no figure is displayed in the output – can somebody help me?

  2. Abhinav Gaur

    IS there any way to put a Figure and text ADJACENT to each other.
    e.g.
    Imagine I have a 2×1 matrix, now in the element (1,1) of the matrix I want to insert an image and in the element (1,2), I want to insert some text.

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