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Align lists with long sentences

\begin{enumerate} \item This is a really really really reall.....long sentence \end{enumerate} 1. This is a really really really .... ....long sentence I want it formatted like 1. This is a really ...
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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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Enumerate in Abstract (scrartcl-class)

When using the enumerate environment inside the abstract environment of the scrartcl-class, the intend for the first item does not match those of the following items: \documentclass{scrartcl} ...
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Subitem in enumerate written as <item#>.<subitem#> instead of indentation

I want to define different requirements in my thesis, some of which can be divided into smaller requirements. Building on the answer to my previous question Referencing enumeration items by number and ...
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indentation of enumerate items inside quotation

I have the following LaTeX code: \documentclass[10pt,a4paper]{article} \usepackage[latin1]{inputenc} \begin{document} This is some text. This is still more text. Here is a few more words. ...
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How to define enumerate to use letters without indenting?

Thus far I used the enumerate-environment with arabic numbers and wrote in my preamble \setlist[enumerate,1]{leftmargin=*} to avoid indenting. And it works well. Now I'm trying to tell enumerate ...
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Enumeration in margins and hang indentation

A solution was given to Enumeration across many sections. However, (A) it seems enumeration prevents hang indent from activating. (B) Can I get the numbers to go into the left margin and leave hang ...
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addmargin, enumerate and align* miss an overfull hbox

The following document compiles as expected, and looks as expected: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{scrextend} \usepackage{amsmath} \usepackage{lipsum} \begin{document} \lipsum[1] ...
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1answer
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Indenting pseudocode

I am very new to TeA, and am having trouble indenting a block of pseudocode within an enumeration. Or perhaps more specifically, the algorithm's pseudocode seems to ignore the enumerations ...
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2answers
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Creating an enumerated list manually with appropriate indentation

I would like to have in my LaTeX document an enumerated list, but with the numbers inserted manually rather than automatically and in a chosen order. For example, if I do the following: ...
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votes
1answer
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Hyperlinks to enumeration numberings

I have a list \begin{enumerate} \item This is the first post \item This is the second post \end{enumerated} And I want to add hyperlinks to the numberings within a box. The simplest approach can ...
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Enumeration indentation [duplicate]

I don't know, how this enumeration should be indented. It gives me the enumeration closely next to the word "Practice" and it should be on the separate line (under "Practice"). ...
5
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2answers
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New enumeration

\begin{enumerate} \item \item \item \item \end{enumerate} How to define new numeration: I would like to have bigger spaces between every two points and equal indents for all points. ...
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1answer
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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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Disable indentation in enumerate temporarily

I would like to place an unindented \fbox inside an enumerate environment. \begin{enumerate} \item Some text. \par\fbox{a} \item Some more text. \end{enumerate} The above code produces: ...
3
votes
2answers
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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 ...
2
votes
1answer
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Indentation of a label enumi by using renewcommand in LaTeX

I need to set the format of the enumerate so each time I use it, it always behaves like this way for example: chapter 1 Algebra 1.1. Introduction... Definition D1.1. (Vector Space)... A vector space ...
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2answers
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Inserting non-indented text in enumerate/outline

I'm trying to insert non-indented chunks of text/image/graphs into an outline. I would like to avoid nested enumerate environments. Anyone have a simple solution using something similar to what I have ...
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1answer
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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 ...
10
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1answer
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Using \hangindent within enumerate

I would like to have a hanging indent within the paragraph of an enumerate item. I have the following: \begin{document} \begin{enumerate} \item Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing ...
10
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1answer
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Hanging indent inside list

I would like items in a list to have a hanging indent (that is, for all lines after the first to be indented by a space or more), but the traditional \hangindent command doesn't work for this. ...
3
votes
1answer
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Big indent when using long enumeration label

I started out with LaTeX today and already got my first question. I want to create a question document using enumerations. However when I give the first enumeration level a long label like "Question ...
4
votes
1answer
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How do I change the indentation of wrapped lines in enumeration items?

When I use the following document (which uses \documentclass{article}): \documentclass{article} \title{Sample Document} \author{John Smith} \begin{document} \begin{enumerate} \item This is a short ...
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Hanging line indentation with enumerate

I'm writing a multiple choice text in latex, and I've been having some problems with the identation. I successfully indented all my text using \begin{enumerate} {\setlength\itemindent{15pt}\item[1)] ...
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3answers
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Leftalign labels with enumitem

I'm using the enumitem package to define a legal list: \usepackage{enumitem} \newlist{legal}{enumerate}{10} \setlist[legal]{label*=\arabic*.} The output for a list looks like this: 1. foo 1.1 ...
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1answer
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Alternative Enumeration Environment

I have a theorem which lists a bunch of properties, and then I prove them one-by-one. Because the proofs are long, it looks awkward when every line is automatically indented by the enumerate ...
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2answers
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Enumerate environments in abstract [closed]

Consider usage of the standard enumerate environment inside the standard (article) abstract environment: \begin{abstract} We discuss several exciting topics: \begin{enumerate} \item Topic 1, ...
3
votes
1answer
240 views

Add some words before counters of enumerate environment in beamer

I want to change the default style of enumerate from item1 item2 to  Stage 1. item1  Stage 2. item2 So I use \setbeamertemplate{enumerate item}{Stage \arabic{enumi}.} \begin{enumerate} \item ...
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1answer
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Enumerated list indentation

I noticed that when I use enumerated list environment it produces an extra indentation to the document. So that if I'm using \usepackage[margin=3cm]{geometry} and then the enumerated list, the left ...
2
votes
2answers
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How do I reduce the indentation of items in an enumeration?

I am trying to condense a two-level enumeration of some kind of requirements in a figure, with the text referencing the items of the enumeration. I am using a table to separate the two columns (tried ...
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1answer
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Which settings control the indentations of items in an enumeration?

I have a bunch of enumerates, which are nested quite deeply (in a document with bylaws, so I can't avoid the nesting). This results in the labels being pretty wide, with label text like "6. § ...
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Specifying a no-indent for a list

I have the following: This is just normal text... \begin{enumerate} \item First Item ?\\\\ This is the text of the first item \item Second Item ?\\\\ This is the text of the second item ...