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# GraphicsRow

 GraphicsRowgenerates a graphic in which the are laid out in a row. GraphicsRow leaves the specified spacing between successive elements.
• If the are graphics, GraphicsRow will if possible make them all the same height, preserving their individual aspect ratios.
• The output from GraphicsRow can be interactively resized, or edited as a graphic.
• GraphicsRow by default inserts the same fractional space between successive elements.
• Possible overall spacings between items are:
 h an absolute number of printer's points Scaled[s] a fraction s of the height of an item
• The can be any expressions, not just graphics.
• The following options can be given:
 Alignment {Center,Center} horizontal and vertical alignment of elements AspectRatio Automatic ratio of height to width for the whole row Background None what background colors to use BaselinePosition Automatic what to align with a surrounding text baseline BaseStyle {} base style specifications for the row Dividers None where to draw dividers in the row Frame None where to draw frames FrameStyle Automatic styles to use for frames ImageSize Automatic overall size of the whole graphics row Spacings Scaled[0.1] horizontal and vertical spacings
• Common settings for Frame include:
 None no frame True frame around the whole row All frame around every item in the row
• The settings for BaseStyle are appended to the default style typically given by the style in the current stylesheet.
Display graphics in a row:
Put a frame around every element:
Display graphics in a row:
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Put a frame around every element:
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 Scope   (4)
Set a background for each successive entry:
Align contents to the bottom:
Align contents to the top:
 Options   (15)
Different predefined alignment options:
Use different aspect ratios:
Set a background for each successive entry:
Align with surrounding text:
Draw the interior dividers:
Draw dividers with specified styles:
Frame the entire graphics:
Frame all elements:
Frame specific elements:
FrameStyle supports a variety of graphics directives:
FrameStyle is also applied to Dividers:
Use predefined symbolic sizes:
Use an explicit image width:
Use an explicit image width and height:
Use no space between images:
Explicitly set spacings between images:
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