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Indenting in enumerate (TeX/LaTeX)

I'm making a numbered list with the enumerate environment. Through the enumitem package I've changed the label to [label=Caso \arabic*)]. I have set itemindent to 10.5pt to align the label start with ...
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Add bold enumerate items on highest level only

Can somebody tell me how to make both the item number and the item itself bold - but only on the highest level of my list? So, 1,2,3 etc should be bold, while 1.1, 1.2 etc should stay normal. I'm ...
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Prevent page breaks between item heading and item content

I have headings that appear before items in an enumerated list. The problem is that I think it looks ugly when a heading appears at the end of a page with the content of that heading on the next page. ...
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How to make an enumerate list with a set margin

I simply want to nest lists for answering homework problems with multiple parts as such \begin{description} \item[3] \item[5] \begin{enumerate} \item \item \end{enumerate} \end{description} ...
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Nested enumerate with multicols

I am currently working with nested enumerate environments in which the second level is typeset using a multicols, as follows : \documentclass[12pt, letterpaper]{article} \usepackage{amsmath} ...
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Enumerate package wont allow to change format

I have a [journal]{IEEEtran} document (I just don't want to change the document type). I have had lots of problems, like: I cannot manage to enumerate even pages to the left and odd pages to the ...
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One enumerate item per table cell

I have an enumeration of 15 items. How can I make those items appear in a 3x5 table? So I want to have exactly one enumerate item per table cell: ---------------------------------- | 1. This is | 2 ...
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Custom enumerate margin with enumitem

I'd like to tell to enumitem to customize the enumerate environment so that, with the following code, I'd get the result pictured below ('a' labels for 1.(a) and 2.(a) should be aligned). How can I ...
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Customizing enumerations

Not a long time ago when customizing my enumerations, I came across the enumitem package, which helped me to do it more quickly. But I'm lost to find the way to do the following thing. I want those ...
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Predefined enumerate settings

I have multiple enumerates across some files, for which I want a consistent style (same enumitem options): \documentclass{article} \usepackage{enumitem} \newcommand{\enumSettings}{noitemsep, ...
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Changing the item numbering

Similar to Numbering exceeding the 26 letter alphabet I tried to define Roman numbering. The result is OK, but LaTeX gives me a Missing number, treated as zero.-error. MWE: \documentclass{article} ...
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Strange output of \getrefnumber (refcount package) with custom enumeration

Can someone help my why are the two warning messages different syntactically (when they seem to be generated the same way)? \documentclass{article} \usepackage{enumitem} \usepackage{refcount} ...
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Bold list item for entire list

How do I make it such that all text in my list are bold by default? Is repeating the many lines of \textbf the only way to achieve this? \begin{enumerate}[label=\arabic*, parsep=10pt, ...
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Controlling Enumerate Nesting Level

How can I control what nesting level enumerate starts at? I often want to have the first level of my list use (a),(b),(c),... the second level use i.,ii.,iii., ... Currently I manually set the label ...
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Enumerating nested item with skips

I need to do some nested numbering of items, but with skips. I can skip outer numbering, but similar method is not working with inner numbering. I have the code below, where the numbering starts from ...
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Resume option in enumitem with \includeonly

If I use \includeonly to include file foo2.tex, \begin{enumerate}[resume] does not resume the numbering of the last enumerate environment in file foo1.tex. What I've done is to run all parts, see ...
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enumitem: referencing items in enumerate

Say we have a huge document with many sections, subsections, and subsubsections. In a few of these sections, we have enumerated environments. The package I am using is enumitem. One of the ...
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Center Aligning Labels in a enumerate environment

I am trying to get enumerate environment do the following: (subgroup) some description of a subgroup of a group G. (hello!) This subgroup is a hello subgroup of G and satisfies an ...
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Equal spacing with enumerate and multicol

I want to create a worksheet that gives equal vertical spacing for all problems. I have two questions. What can I do to interchange parts (b) and (c) so that parts (a) and (b) are on the same line ...
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Start the content of an item on a new line after the item label in enumerate environment

How to have the full content of an enumerate item to start on a new line below the item label and number, and aligned to the left margin of the document ? This question is closely related to this ...
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Weird vertical spacing problem with (adjusted) enumerate

Based on Nested enumerate (enumitem) interferes with suppressing vertical space after theorem heads. I use the following code. After a while, I ran into a weird behavior: As you can see, the sub-lists ...
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Full Customize of Itemize and Enumerate

Suppose, it's necessary to change the most of itemize or enumerate parameters globally (it's not elegant to change the parameters inside every itemize or enumerate environment). If to write something ...
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referencing an item from enumerate in an article calss

I misspoke I meant I used enumerate not cases sorry. Is it possible to reference a case? I have \begin{enumerate} and then cases 1 to 4 where each case is a rather detailed. I would like the refer ...
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Numbering exceeding the 26 letter alphabet

After reading this answer http://tex.stackexchange.com/a/52604/10898 I am unable to employ the alphalph package to replace the counter in either levels. See the code below: ...
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Controlling parindent in enumerate inside customized list environment

I'm trying to control the indentation of paragraphs in an enumerated list that is inside a customized list environment. I find that changing \parindent in the inner list has no effect. Here's an ...
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Optional argument to \item to appear in brackets after the counter

Usually, when you have the following document: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{enumitem} \begin{document} \begin{enumerate} \item Mary \item[had] a little \item lamb \end{enumerate} ...
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enumitem: enumerate in a theorem environment

I use the enumitem package: \usepackage[shortlabels]{enumitem} And I put some numeration like this in a theorem environment with \theoremstyle{plain}: \begin{prop} We have ...
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enumitem-shortlabels: How to change the counter of items? [duplicate]

I use the enumitem package with shortlabels. \usepackage[shortlabels]{enumitem} Now I've got \begin{enumerate}[(L 1)] \item blablabla \item blablabla \end{enumerate} and it goes like ...
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How to “bubble in”/color fill an item counter ((A),(B),(C),…) in an enumerated list

I'm trying to make an answer explanation guide for a test where the correct answer is "bubbled in". I've tried using the enumitem package and tikz as shown in this post (Enumerated list with blue ...
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Enumeration with several items per line, several lines and nicely formatted

Based on Alan's answer here, I would like to be able to create nicely formatted "inline" enumerated lists. The issue I have is that the space between items on a line is always fixed, which does not ...
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Indenting First Paragraph in a List

I have an enumerate environment and each item contains several paragraphs. Normally, none of the paragraphs are indented, but using the enumitem package, I can set the listparindent to make all but ...
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How to get a properly indented custom enumerate list (with checklist-style blanks)?

I'm trying to make an enumerated checklist that looks like this: Paragraph text here that says really cool stuff. Notice how the list after is properly indented ___ 1. Thing 1 ___ ...
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Inserting non-indented mdframed object in outline

I want to be able to put an mdframed object inside of an outline environment without it being indented to the indentation level that I'm at, and so that I can continue the outline after the mdframed ...
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Enumerate and numbering

We are using the enumerate in the following form \begin{enumerate}[leftmargin=*,label=\bfseries${\textbf{{C}}}_\arabic*$.] \item \end{enumerate} Which produces out-put as C_1, C_2, ... But we ...
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Annoying box next to the letter

Ηow can I get rid of this annoying box next to the letter as well the full stop update-1: but to keep the Greek alphabet to the second level \documentclass[b5paper,10pt]{book} ...
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Bullet and number indenting in list

I would like to make a custom indenting for lists: Bullet or number is indented 1.2 cm from the left margin Text (all lines) is indented 1.8 cm from the left margin I am trying to use the enumitem ...
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Nested enumerate labels with parent label appended plus a single set of enclosing parentheses

I want to have a list like (1) foo (1.1) foo (1.2) foo (2) foo I am using the package enumitem and \begin{enumerate}[label=(\arabic*)] \item foo \end{enumerate} I know that i can append ...
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How to create an inline list via a macro

I want to create a macro that yields an inline lists. I can easily do this using enumerate* form the the enumitem package, but when I attempt to wrap this in a macro, I get: Extra }, or forgotten ...
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Unbold referenced label

I'm fetching references from an enumeration. The problem is that I want the labels of the enumeration to be bold (hence, I've added a \textbf command) but I want the references in the text to be plain ...
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1answer
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How to create numbered examples potentially with letter suffixes, e.g. using enumitem?

I have a weird numbering problem in a manuscript that uses sequentially numbered text examples. When an example demonstrates something which is e.g. wrong and later to be corrected they have suffixes ...
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how to define inparaenum in the preamble

I'm using both \inparaenum and \enumerate in my thesis and I would like them to set them in the preamble so that each item is set off with a). I used \setenumerate[0]{\itshape a\upshape)} in the ...
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Create a bold enumerated list with parenthesized lower case letters

I can create an enumerated list with parenthesized lower case letters by using the enumitem package (with the [shortlabels] option) in the preamble and then using \begin{enumerate}[(a)]. I can also ...
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Use ball items in enumerate list with enumitem package

In Beamer, I would like to be able to use ball items (with a number inside) in an enumerate list whose layout is defined by the package enumitem. This question is closely related to Make enumerate ...
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How to alternate labels' styles in enumerated lists?

How can I alternate the display of an enumerated list's counter according to which command I've used? E.g., I want \foo{poor Yorick!} to look like (9) poor Yorick! but I want \bar{Joelle} to have a ...
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Possible incompatibility with enumitem

If I compile the following: \documentclass[]{article} \usepackage{enumerate} \usepackage{enumitem} \begin{document} \begin{enumerate}[1.] \item This is the first \item This is the second ...
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How do I cross-reference custom labels in my enumitem lists without having the punctuation show up?

I am using enumitem to handle my enumerate and itemize lists. I have a list like \begin{enumerate}[label=Step \arabic{enumi}.] \item step the first \label{en:step-1} \item el secundo ...
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Align \item labels at top of mdframed box

By default, enumerate's \item labels align with the top of the text: However, if the text happens to be a mdframed box, the labels align with the bottom of the box which does not look so good: ...
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Replace \item with \MyItem to box each list member with an mdframed

Since it was pointed out that redefining \item can be dangerous in strange interaction between `mdframed` and `\item`, I am wondering if there are going to be problems with this solution. My goal is ...
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enumerate environment and graphics

If I have an item in an enumerate environment, which only contains a figure (or table etc), the bullet point of the enumerations alignment goes weird. For example: \begin{enumerate}[(a)] \item ...
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Modifying labels on some enumerated items

In an enumerate environment, I want a few (not all) of the items to have asterisks which appear before the number (I don't feel strongly about whether the number or the asterisk is horizontally ...