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How do I put the top of an image at the top of a page in LaTeX?

  1. Nov 23, 2012 #1
    So I just have one line for the image:

    Code (Text):
    \includegraphics[width=10mm]{C:/Users/PhizKid/Desktop/image1.png}\\
    And then some text to explain the image below it.

    But when I try to print it out, approximately top half of the image is cut off and it runs off the top of the page.

    How do I move the image down so that the top of the image is at the top of the page, but below the page number at the top of the page (where the text usually starts if you begin to type in a new page)?

    I tried using vspace{50mm} and \\[50\baselineskip] before the image code, but the image doesn't move up or down at all.
     
    Last edited: Nov 23, 2012
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