Putting Figures Sideways (in landscape mode) On a Page
April 16, 2010
Mark Senn

How do I put a figure sideways (in landscape mode) on a page?

To put a figure sideways (in landscape mode) on a page use landscape mode.

For example, for one figure,

        \begin{landscape}
            \begin{figure}
                \centering
                figure goes here
                \caption{caption goes here}
                \label{label goes here if you want to refer to figure using \ref or etc}
            \end{figure}
        \end{landscape}

For example, for two figures,

        \begin{landscape}
            \begin{figure}
                \centering
                figure goes here
                \caption{caption goes here}
                \label{label goes here if you want to refer to figure using \ref or etc}
            \end{figure}
            \begin{figure}
                \centering
                figure goes here
                \caption{caption goes here}
                \label{label goes here if you want to refer to figure using \ref or etc}
            \end{figure}
        \end{landscape}

This answer was tested with this \documentclass line

        \documentclass[aae,dissertation]{puthesis}
on 2010-04-16.

Thanks to Tom Juliano for the question.

Revised: April 16, 2010
Created: November 7, 2003