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Two column table, enumerate first column but not second

I need to have a two column table, where the first column contains enumerations and the second take plain text. For example, Column 1 Column 2 1. Step 1 Reason 1 2. Step 2 ...
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Nested enumerate list style

If I have a nested enumerated list style that I would like to use throughout my document, what's the best way to do it in LaTeX that will make it easy to change the style of all the lists in the ...
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A five level deep list

I would like to create a five level deep list using the enumitem package. I found this suggestion on stackoverflow and implemented it as follows \documentclass[twoside,a4paper,12pt]{report} ...
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Fractional increment for enumerate

I am looking to create a numbered list such that the numbers of the list items be incremented by fractional amounts as in 1.1, 1.2, 1.3... etc. Can this be done by manipulating the enumerate ...
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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, ...
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enumerate with non-standard numbering (1°, 2°, …)

How can I get a list environment with numbers 1°, 2°, ...? LaTeX does not accept the symbol °.
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beamer: best way to span long enumerations on different frames

I have a question about beamer and enumerations. Which is the best way in beamer to split a long enumeration in such a way that each main point has its own frame? I already found this related answer ...
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Customizing enumerations and itemizations

Is there a guide out there on how to customize the enumerate and itemize instances in my code? (I'm using the Memoir class in LaTeX for Windows, and I have the enumitem package included.) I want to ...
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How to get flushleft to the page margin within enumerate environment?

How do I get the headings to come to the page margin inside of the enumerate envirnoment. \documentclass{article} \usepackage{lipsum} \begin{document} \begin{flushleft} Heading \end{flushleft} ...
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Combine two items in an enumerated list

Is there an easy way to combine two items in an enumerated list? For example: 1. First bullet 2-3. Second bullet 4. Third bullet My current plan involves screwing with \labelenumi and then ...
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How to refer to labels in math mode from math mode

If you refer to item labels that are written in math mode from some other math mode occurrence, then you get errors. I guess it's because it leads to nested math modes. Is there any way to avoid these ...
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How to resume the enumerate on different slides in beamer? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How to Continue Enumerate Across Columns in Beamer It seems to be a simple question but I can't find the way out and can't find the solution on Internet as well. I try ...
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An enumerate environment in which the label is omitted when item number is just one and displayed as usual when item number is more than one

How to define an enumerate environment in which the label is omitted when item number is just one and displayed as usual when item number is more than one?
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Best Practices for Using Enumerations Within Theorem Environments

Suppose one has a theorem/proof such as: \begin{theorem} The following are equivalent: \begin{enumerate} \item Statement 1 \item Statement 2 \item Statement 3 \end{enumerate} ...
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Naming enumerated lists referencing the names

Currently I have the following TeX \begin{enumerate} \item First idea \item \label{idea:s} Second idea \end{enumerate} \begin{enumerate} \item Point about \ref{idea:s} \end{enumerate} I would like ...
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Algorithm over two pages, with itemized lists

I am trying to split an algorithm over two pages. This has already been addressed before, with the closest result being this question. However, I have a wrinkle - I need the algorithm to have two ...
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Use of subcaption in enumerate environment

This is a simple question. Say you were to place two (or more) related figures in an enumerate environment. Outside of an enumerate environment, which itself is a floating environment, you would ...
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An environment which be used to arrange exercises mostly similiar with common enumerate list

I want a customized environment to typeset exercises. Write \newitem text text text \newitem text text text \newitem long text typeset on left column \newitem text text text \newitem text text text ...
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Something like \enumerate, but with custom numbers at each \item

I'm doing homework from a particular book, and each question is numbered after the page number and the question number. For example 52.2, 52.9, 53.13, etc. (Note that they are not sequential.) How do ...
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Flexible/automatic alternative to multienum?

I'd like to typeset the items in an enumerate environment side-by-side. Preferably, each item would take up only as much space as necessary, perhaps plus some extra padding, and the next item would be ...
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Centre roman numbers in enumerate environment

I have an enumerated list that uses roman numbers. \documentclass{article} \usepackage{enumitem} \begin{document} \begin{enumerate}[label=\roman*] \item first entry \item second entry ...
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Cross-reference entire enumerate list

I would like to refer to all the items of an enumerate environment, by applying a label to the list. I tried this \documentclass{article}[10pt] \usepackage{amsmath, hyperref, enumerate} ...
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Label a complete enumeration

I am trying to create a simple enumeration and give it a label so I can access it. But the only thing I get in return is the number of the subsubsection. This is my code, which doesn't seem to work. ...
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An enumeration of equations with aligned equal signs

I'd like to have something like the following: \begin{enumerate} \item $1 + 1 = 2$ \item $1 = 2 - 1$ \end{enumerate} The thing is, I'd also like the equals signs to be aligned. But I'd like the ...
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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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Enumerate environment with tabular layout

I'm new to Latex. I'm familiar with the enumerate environment as well as the tabular environment, but I am trying to combine the two; that is to say, I want the items in the list to be broken up into ...
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How to make enumerate items align at left margin?

I would like to have my lists to have no indent for the top level, i.e. having the same left margin as the surrounding paragraph, with just enough space for the widest label to fit: Paragraph text ...
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Help with vertically aligning enumerate labels

I am just getting started using latex and am having some problem vertically aligning the enumerate labels when listing tables (see image below). I would like to have the '(a)' label aligned vertically ...
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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 ...
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Enumeration flush right

How can I do enumeration like this: Some loresipsum, lores ipsume loresipsum, lores ipsume loresipsum, lores ipsume loresipsum, lores ipsume loresipsum, lores ipsume loresipsum, lores ipsume ...
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Starting an enumerate of an enumerate on next line?

What I'm trying to do is to make my enumerates look like this a) i) answer ii) answer b) answer Currently, I'm using \begin{enumerate} \item \hfill \\ \begin{enumerate}[a)] \item ...
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Overriding italicized list counters in plain theoremstyles

Using a list environment inside of any theorem defined with \theoremstyle{plain} results in italicized counters. That is, the following example \usepackage{amsthm} \usepackage{enumerate} ...
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How to include enumerate in tabular?

I would like to have text in one column table with multiple rows, but I need to include an enumerate in one cell. I get errors and read on the Internet the problem is in combining environments with ...
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Coloured numbering in a list?

Is there a way to obtain coloured numbering in an enumerate list? \begin{enumerate} \item First \item Second \item Third \end{enumerate} I'd like the 1, 2, 3 to be in blue. I thought this should be ...
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Force aligned equation (all the way) to the left?

How do I force the following aligned output all the way to the upper left (right next to the enumerated list item)? I still want the 2nd and 3rd lines to be aligned with it's above equal sign. ...
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Command to find current enum depth?

I was wondering if there was a command to find what at what depth of the enum counter (i.e. enumi, enumii, etc.) a command was at compile time. I'm attempting to create a \question command. What I ...
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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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Referencing a nested list item by only its most immediate bullet

I'd like to be able to reference a nested enumerated list item only by its inner-most identifying character. \begin{enumerate}[(1)] \item \begin{enumerate}[(a)] \item \label{mylabel} Referenced ...
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Refer to customized `enumerate` counter

Background I'm typesetting a list of conditions for a certain mathematical object. There are three conditions. Later on I wish to provide an equivalent condition for the third. Therefore, it would be ...
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A question about customizing ref in enumitem package

I'm experimenting with enumitem version 3.4 (released Aug 2011) a little but facing a problem in customizing the ref. What I'm trying to reach is simple: Have list label in the form 1.1.3. for ...
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How do I use tab stops in enumerate or itemize?

Current code is: \begin{enumerate}[label=LEVEL \arabic{*},leftmargin=*] \item Description of Level 1 \quad L1 \\ \emph{more text} \item Description of Level 2 \quad L2 \\ \emph{more text} ...
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stack.sty and \end{environment}

I'm writing a multilevel itemize list environment to simplify the process of putting nested lists in Beamer slides, and I want it to support enumerate lists as well. The mitemize environment is ...
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How to Continue Enumerate Across Columns in Beamer

I am trying to create two columns of a single enumerated list on a single frame in beamer. How do I go about getting the enumeration to continue from one column to the next?
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How do I use the “enumerate mini template” of the beamer class?

I'm working on a document and tried to change the way enumeration items look with the line \setbeamertemplate{enumerate mini template}{i)} found in the documentation BeamerUserGuide on page 114. ...
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Automated overlay specification with \only and \enumerate

Sometimes, when a list of items is too long to fit on a slide, I do the following to achieve a somewhat better result (ignore commented lines for now): \documentclass[t,10pt]{beamer} ...
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picture in enumerate item with floating text

I have a list with some text items and I want to add a picture to one of the items, so that the text of that item is floating to the left of the picture. If I use wrapfigure my picture gets placed at ...
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Redefining \enumerate using \let - why does it behave this way and what can I do to bypass it?

The following code produces a result, that I find quite strange: \documentclass{article} \let\origenumerate\enumerate \renewenvironment{enumerate}{\begin{origenumerate}}{\end{origenumerate}} ...
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LaTeX enumerate - bold item with non-bold text

I'm trying to customize the environment enumerate where the \item is bold but the text is not bold. What I've tried is (at the suggestion of one of the google-results): \let\origitem\item ...
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Alignment within enumerate

I'm looking for a way to sort of combine the features of enumerate (and other list-like environments) with features of tabular environments. Specifically, what I like about enumerate is that it ...
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make numname and enumitem work together

numname is a package that allows you to write out (e.g.) chapter titles in words. It's basically some code taken out of memoir.cls apparently. There appears to be something wrong with the code, ...