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How to Align Numbers Horizontally inside Enumeration below Overbraces with LaTeX

I am new to LaTeX and I am trying to get those three parts of the Number horizontally aligned but it seems I can't use {align} around {enumerate}. I tried to play around with {tabulator} a bit but it ...
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Use letters and numbers in numerate simultaneously

I want to have in text enumerate with numbers and letters simultaneously: а) Text №1 б) Text №2 в) Text №1 1) Text №1 2) Text №2 3) Text №3 It is desirable to use cyrillic letters for ...
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How can a bring a middle paragraph out of the enumerate environment? [duplicate]

When a text is in the enumerate environment, all the text is indented under the numbers. How can I remove the indentation from the text in the middle of the enumerate environment? This is what I am ...
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New line after item number in enumeration

I am writing many exercise Sheets for a course in a university. The captions for every Problem is simply: “Problem 1”, “Problem 2” and so on… Now I came up with the idea, to generate this captions ...
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Latex enumerate: making first item italic

I have an enumerate-list and want to make the first item in this list (including the number) italic. It seems like I can make everything italic except the first number - otherwise the whole list ...
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Second Beamer columns starts list lower (no overlays) [closed]

I'm trying to put two lists side-by-side in Beamer columns, but the list items are offset. For some reason, in the second column, the list starts a bit further down. I've tried all sorts of widths ...
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How to make a sub-list with numbers (at LyX)

How do I make a sub-list with numbers? i.e.: 1. 2. 2.1 2.2 3. instead of: 1. 2. a. b. 3. Thank you!
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customised Symbol-list for Numberstyles other than arabic/roman/alpha, etc

When using \enumerate one can enter \begin{enumerate}[(a)] and each item will be numbered (a), (b), (c), (d), \ldots. Similarly for \begin{enumerate}[i)] — one gets i), ii), iii), iv), etc. I am ...
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Unseemly spaces at start of lines

I am making solutions to a problem with many parts. I want the parts to be indented by \qquad. The first line is indented about twice as much as the other lines, but I used the commands \noindent ...
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using \enumerate

I want to use \begin log-file \begin{enumerate*}[(i)] \item The first item \item The second item \item The third etc \end{enumerate*} \end log-file It doesn't work. Do I need some special ...
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Hyperreferences broken in case of enumeration in longtabu

Hyperref points at enumerated item instead of table caption. Minimal example: \documentclass[14pt,twoside]{extreport} \usepackage{type1ec} \usepackage[T2A]{fontenc} \usepackage[utf8]{inputenc} ...
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incomplete ifnum

I am using a loop to define keys with the xkeyval package, as well as to actually read out the keys inside some self-defined command. Everything works perfectly - but for some reason, as soon as I ...
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Enumerating tabular data

How do you enumerate tabular data like this? a) stuff stuff stuff b) stuff stuff stuff c) stuff stuff stuff I considered making a table then using a counter: ...
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Enumerated list with repeating triplet of numbers and letters

I would like to make a list that looks like this 1A 1B 1C 2A 2B 2C ... and so on. I've tried the enumitem package, but can't seem to make the numbers and letters repeat. \documentclass{article} ...
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Enumerate: make labels and items aligned left within a theorem

Just what the title says: I want to make an enumerate list in which both the labels and items are aligned to the left. I can currently only get one or the other. Minimal working example: ...
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Center labels in enumerate within a theorem

Here is a minimal working example, based on this answer: \documentclass{report} \usepackage{amsthm} \usepackage{enumitem} \SetLabelAlign{Center}{\hfil#1\hfil} ...
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How can I move labels to above text in enumerate?

I am using enumerate together with the enumitem package. I have set up my code as per the MWE below. This puts the label and number to the left of the text. I am wondering it there a way to adapt this ...
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Texmaker keyboard shortcuts to move up/down item in list?

Is there any keyboard shortcut to move an item up or down a list within an enumerate/itemize or outline environment, using Texmaker in Win7? For instance EMACS in org-mode has M-↓↑ (up/down arrow) to ...
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Enumerate margin and linespread

How do I go about defining an enumerate environment (using the enumitem package) (or possibly another environment?) such that the distance from the left side of the text to the LABEL is, say, 5 cm. ...
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Typesetting Multipart Exercises

When I typeset exercises, I sometimes like to provide the exercise number in the left margin rather than as part of the paragraph describing the exercise. This poses a problem when I need typeset ...
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Customizing enumerated lists with tikz prints enumi instead of number

I'm trying to make an enumerate list that has the numbers inside a colored circle. For the circles I'm using the tikz package and the color package. I define a circle in the preamble and then I ...
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uniform size of circles around enumitems

I wished to have an enumerated (lettered) list with the items circled. In the example below, the sizes of the circles were not uniform: MWE \documentclass[10pt]{article} \usepackage{tikz} ...
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\begin{enumerate}[(a)] does not indent items

How can I indent letter items using the method expressed in the title: \documentclass[12]{article} \usepackage{enumerate} \begin{document} \section*{Greetings} \begin{enumerate}[(a)] \item Hello ...
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Automatically copy items from the last list

In crypto, proof involves a sequence of games. Each game contains a list of lines. Adjacent games are almost the same except for a small number of lines (usually 1). I used to copy the old game to the ...
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How can I align my list (enumerate) with the start of my paragraph?

I am having an issue aligning the left side of my list with the left side of my paragraph. Here is my current code: Code: \documentclass[draft, 12pt]{article} \usepackage{fullpage} ...
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Enumerate replaces uppercase letter 'A' with numbers?

When I try to do: \documentclass{amsart} \usepackage{enumerate} \begin{document} \begin{enumerate}[(A1)] \item blah \item blah blah \end{enumerate} \end{document} I get the output of: (11) blah ...
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How to modify enumeration counter?

I would like to enumerate axiom like this in my document. A1 this is the first axiom A2 this is the second axiom Now some text A3 this is the third axiom How can I do it in LaTeX?
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Using index on parent enumeration

I want to use index of parent enumeration in child enumeration. For example, \begin{enumerate} \item the \item quick \begin {enumerate} \item brown \item fox \end {enumerate} \item jumps \begin ...
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multiple tabular environments using siunitx

Does anyone know of a way to create several decimal-aligned tables within an enumerate environment? This is NOT a table, but it is a set of enumerated items with explanations and numerical data ...
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set row separation (vertical spacing) of enumerated list in multicol environment

I'd like to be able to control the spacing between rows of an enumerated list within a multicol environment, ideally only requiring a single argument at the beginning of the multicol environment. ...
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equation in enumerate environment to long

I have kind of a long math term in an enumerate environment. The problem is, it is too long, so it doesn't fit on the right side of the paper. Is there any opportunity to move it more to the left? As ...
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TexLive 2014: Issue with Paralist package and enumerate

The following issue did not exist with TexLive 2012. I have been able to reproduce this issue with TeXLive 2014 freshly unpacked from the CTAN ISO file and with the same TeXLive 2014 but fully ...
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Enumerate list with greek letters

I am new on LaTeX and I have a problem with a sublist with enumerate. The content is in Greek and the Wizard of TexMaker has automatically added this part of the code: \usepackage[utf8]{inputenc} ...
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Subsubsection and enumerate combination

I can't manage to combinate the effects of enumerate and subsubsection in Latex. The output PDF shows a strange error. Here's my code: \begin{document} \chapter{Introduzione al Cloud Computing} ahem ...
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Trouble making a list

I am trying to make an exam using mainly the enumerate command; however, I keep getting an error. I've a tried adding a \begin{enumerate} before the question and two \end{enumerates}, which produces ...
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Bold and color (*) asterisk before enumerate

Good morning. It's my problem, add the bold (*) asterisk before enumerate items and also colored. Here my code, \documentclass[a4paper,twoside,openright,11pt]{scrbook} ...
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Enumerating the align environment

Consider the following MWE: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{amsmath} \begin{document} \setcounter{equation}{42} \begin{align} a & = b + c \label{label1} \\ ...
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Picture or text below (and part of) the number of an enumerated item

It's my problem, I don't know how to do picture or text, bottom in enumerate number. Therefore I couldn't write code, even. Bottom in enumerates have one picture or/and two picture or/and mini text. ...
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How to set the same width for number in enumerate

I have this code, to make a blue ball with white numbers inside, but the numbers have different width and I want to make them even, all with the same width, the largest want. \usepackage{wboiboites} ...
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Double tagged equations?

In the following example the inequality (2.26) is obtained in the environment equation, but the equations (2.27) and (2.28) by dirty tricks, destroying the structure of the document. This is because ...
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Enumerate item refering to theorem environment

In the conclusion part of my paper, I am creating a enumerated list using the enumerate enviroment. \begin{enumerate}[label=\textbf{Property \arabic*.}, leftmargin=25mm] \item Stationarity \item ...
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Enumeration in continuous text

I am trying to use enumeration in a text. It would look like in this example: "Among pets the most common ones are (i) dogs, (ii) cats and (iii) rabbits. (i) Dogs are very nice animals. ...
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how to decrease spacing after item (using mbox)

In the following example I am facing some issues regarding enumerate: Firstly, in order to make sure the items start in separate line, I used \mbox{}\, however the items have shifted a bit more ...
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how to underline the enumerate number automatically

\begin{enumerate}[\textit{Step} \itshape 1 :] I want italic and underline "Step 1". What should I add to underline "Step 1"?
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Enumitem: Restart/Reset counter of new list

I use the enumitem package to manipulate the appearance of my list. Because I want to keep the default enumerate list, I defined a new list edulist and configured it. The list should be used in an ...
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How to introduce a dynamic counter for enumerate environment?

I would like to use numbers: "1.", "2.", "3.", ... but the last item ("n.") is an exception, instead of "10." for example I would like to use "(9+1).".
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Defining a reusable string from within an environment

I write documents that rely heavily on the 'enumerate' environment. I'd like to turn any particular item from within that environment into a variable that I can use elsewhere. The idea is to ensure ...
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Alignment of text in two columns: forcing empty lines in one, to avoid collisions in the other

I have a question about aligning text in two columns. A similar question was asked here:Two Columns whose content is positioned relative to each other, but I wasn't able to get the example solution ...
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How do I use enumeration arrayed as in the image

How do I use enumeration arrayed as in the image
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Problem with enumerate and margins

I have a problem with the automatic enumeration and thus I need some help. Specifically, adding the code \begin{enumerate}[label=\bfseries Πρόβλημα \arabic*.] \item Αν $a,b,c$ είναι θετικοί ...