My curiosity got the better of me, and I had to figure out how to do this with
It's relatively easy to do with figure and table in a container element:
The container element starts a local pageset that has:
- a wide left margin to create space on the left side of the page for the figure
and a column on the right side of the page for the table, and
- a region in the space on the left side of the page that outputs the figure
The e-i-c for figure suppresses and saves #CONTENT to a textid, which is output
from the region. The local pageset is scoped to the container element, so the
global pageset resumes without the figure (on a new page) when the table is
A graphic showing the output is attached. I added this example to the book.
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