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I'm creating a problem bank and each problem is named using a list (e.g., \item Parametric particle trajectory). I'd like to auto-generate a list of problem names from this list and I;d like that list to appear at the beginning of the document. Is there anyway to get LaTeX to do this?

I could create a new environment if that's necessary; I'm just not sure how to proceed.

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You could use \addcontentsline{}{}{} to add this to the table of contents:

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Using the hyperref package make these click able links.



    \item \textbf{#1}%

\Item[Parametric particle trajectory]
\Item[Non-parametric particle trajectory]
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