To specify the location and size of the legend or table, double-click the legend or table. On the Location tab, specify the location relative to the figure region. (By default, the figure region covers the entire graph.) The location values range from 0 to 1 in each direction, with the initial value of x at the left edge of the figure region and the initial value of y at the bottom of the figure region.
You can drag the legend or table to a different location. You can also drag a corner or an edge of the legend or table to change its size.
In papers written for classes and submitted to journals, every table and figure should include a caption, honoring these common practices:
- The caption for a figure appears below the graphic; for a table, above. It is easy to get this wrong accidentally.
- Typically, boldface or underscore the word “Figure” or “Table” and the associated number in the caption, then present the caption in plain text with only the initial letter of the caption and any proper names in the caption capitalized (see example below).
- Always concentrate on completeness and concreteness as you caption figures and tables. “Figure 3: Air flow” is far less illuminating and accurate than the following:
Library Table are decorative furniture that can be placed in a players house or plot.
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