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Chapter 10. Graphics Generation and Mani... > 10.3. Manipulating graphical objects...

10.3. Manipulating graphical objects in LaTeX

In addition to the \includegraphics command, the graphics and graphicx packages implement a number of graphical manipulation commands.

With the exception of the \rotatebox command, which also supports a key/value pair syntax in the graphicx package, the syntax for these commands is identical in both packages.

10.3.1. Scaling a LaTeX box

The \scalebox command lets you magnify or reduce text or other LaTeX material by a scale factor.

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The first of its arguments specifies the factor by which both dimensions of the material are to be scaled. The following example shows how this works.

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A supplementary optional argument, if present, specifies a separate vertical scaling factor. It is demonstrated in the following examples, which also show how multiple lines can be scaled by using the standard LaTeX \parbox command.


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