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How to store and append text for later use (inside enumerate environment)

I'd like to make a container in LaTeX in which I can store and append LaTeX-code for later use. I have found many solutions to what I'm basically try to do (here for instance), but if they work, ...
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Insert a symbol before the item [duplicate]

I'm preparing a guide for my students and I want to put a symbol before the item’s symbol in the enumeration of the exercises for indicate that this exercise is more difficult, very similar that the ...
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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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Enumerate alignment

Is it possible to improve the alignment of the first item? \documentclass{article} \begin{document} \begin{enumerate} \item \begin{tabular}{cccccccccc} $x[n] = $ & \{1/3 & -1/2 & ...
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Strange “missing \item” problem in enumerate [closed]

According to this website, the following should work: \begin{enumerate}[I] \item foobar \end{enumerate} Yet, I always get the same error, with any of the [] options: ! LaTeX Error: Something's ...
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Flushing completely left in the middle of a list (such as enumerate)

\begin{enumerate} \item Item 1 \begin{enumerate} \item Subitem 1 I need this line to be flushed completely to the left margin of the PAGE \item Subitem 2 \end{enumerate} \item Item 2 ...
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Latex Enumerated List referencing

In latex, when I'm trying to cross reference an item from an enumerated list, instead of getting 6.3, I'm getting 66.3, My list is a normal list just like any other, only I'm declaring the codes ...
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mdwlist enumerate changes from Roman to Arabic after suspend

In LaTeX, I am using the enumerate and mdwlist packages to create an enumerated list with a pause in the middle, using the suspend/resume commands. I want Roman numerals counting the list items, which ...
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Error (Incomplete \iffalse) with enumerate and Hebrew [closed]

I have got the following problem: Trying to have an enumerate environment in an all Hebrew document (i.e. main document language is Hebrew) causes Incomplete \iffalse. The same with with German as ...
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Enumerate with different first line?

I want to do an enumeration, but the first line should be bolded, see e.g. this picture: What is blue I want to have in bold. In addition, I don't know how to generate a new line for the other text ...
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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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Is there a way to get reverse numbering on the enumerate environment?

To build a list of publications, I wish to show the most recent on top of the list, while keeping the numbering similar. This can be achieved manually by doing something like: \begin{enumerate} ...
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Non-uniform indentation with enumerate [closed]

I am using an enumerate environment to enumerate over a set of equations. Everything works fine but, if there is a page break when generating the pdf while the enumerate is not complete, the ...
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Enumerate with multiple numbers (comma-separated) for a single item

I'd like to get a list that looks like this: 1. Text addressing #1. 2,3. Text addressing #2 and #3 together. 4. Text addressing #4. The motivation is that the list items are referring to a ...
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Enumerate list - numbers with prefix

How to make enumerate list format numbers like this: REG/001 (content) REG/002 (content) REG/003 (content) I already managed to do the following: ...
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Can enumerated lists be centred?

For enumerated list such as: \begin{enumerate} \item One \item Two \item Three \end{enumerate} the center and centering commands don't seem to work, and the list sticks to the left hand side of the ...
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Is it possible to number an enumerate list?

I have an enumerated list using {enumerate} that looks like the following: \begin{enumerate}[i.] \item Cat \item Dog \item Horse \end{enumerate} But I want to know if it's possible to number the ...
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How can I highlight this item of an enumerated list? [duplicate]

How could I hightlight an item from an enumerated list just like this is from the following picture? \documentclass[12pt,a4paper]{article} \usepackage{enumerate} \usepackage{tikz} ...
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Automatically enumerate for two columns and longtable

I’m in the middle of creating a test that has several pages. The example below illustrates its structure. \documentclass[a4paper,9pt]{article} \usepackage[utf8]{inputenc} \usepackage{amsmath, ...
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Problem using align in enumerate environment

I'm creating a list with enumerate of both positive and negative numbers, and would like the numbers to be lined up with one another, i.e. all in the same column. I also have a second list with ...
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Enumeration problem redefining `enumerate` enivironment

I would like to redefine the enumerate environment with an optional argument. Basically I want to redefine \theenumi so that each time I label an item and call it with \ref I get the real label ...
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Resume option similar to enumitem package for paralist package

I would like to know if it is possible to generate a resume option similar to that in the enumitem package for the paralist package. Note that it is not possible to add something like [resume] or ...
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Referencing in multienum package

Can you reference the counter when using the multienum package? See MWE below: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{multienum} \begin{document} \begin{multienumerate} ...
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How to move an enumerate environment to the right? [duplicate]

How can I horizontally align \begin{enumerate} more to the right? At the moment I'm using the code below: \begin{enumerate} \item sometext \item sometext \item sometext \end{enumerate} But it goes ...
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Suppressing line break in enumerate environment

I'm using the gather environment within the enumerate environment. After creating an item/before entering the gather environment, LaTeX adds a linebreak which I don't like. \begin{enumerate}[(a)] ...
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Problems with xparse and enumerate

I am trying to get the following document to work \documentclass[10pt]{article} \usepackage{enumitem} \newcounter{foo} \newcounter{bar}[foo] \addtocounter{foo}{1} \usepackage{xparse} ...
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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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Numbering of Questions in Different Way

\documentclass{article} \begin{document} \begin{center} Exercise-1 \end{center} \begin{enumerate} \item 1st question. \item 2nd question. \begin{enumerate} \item sub numbering of 2nd ...
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Problems with colorbox in Enumerate Environment

I'm writing solutions to an exam. For one of the multiple-choice problems, I've decided to shade all correct answers using colorbox. By the way, more than one choice for the problem may be correct ...
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Some problems using LyX RTL with equations

I'm really new to the whole LyX(2.0.5.1) thing I'm usually using LibreOffice Writer and it's Latex like "formulas". But I've heard so many good things about LyX, so I've decided to give it a try but ...
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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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How to combine label and counter in enumerate?

Essentially, I would like the following: X1. text text text X2. text2 text2 text2 X3. text text textaaa So, talking code: \documentclass{article} \begin{document} \begin{enumerate} \item text ...
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numbered sublist

Here is what I want to do - 1. List 1 1. sub list 1 2. sub list 2 I tried doing this, \begin{enumerate} \item List 1 \begin{enumerate} \item sub list 1 \item sub list 2 ...
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How to skip an \item in sub-enumerate level

I would like to skip an \item in a sub-enumerate level. More specifically, I want the output to look something like: 1. a) b) e) f) etc. 2. However, when I use ...
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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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Automatic numbering of nested environments / items

I would like to have an environment, let's call it nested, which produces output like Case 1: top level item 1 Case 2: top level item 2 Case 2.1: nested item 1 Case 2.2: nested item 2 Case 2.2.1: ...
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Is it possible to get the current item number and perform arithmetic on it in enumerate environment?

That is, suppose that I am at item n and I want to make a reference to item n - 3 without explicitly specifying it.
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How to let enumeration start at (0) automatically?

As we know the enumeration usually begin at (1), then followed by (2), (3),... My question: How to start at (0)? I know \item[(0)] will work, but how do I do this automatically? That is, make it as a ...
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Resuming in enumerate with roman numerals

I want to suspend and resume an enumerated list, with Roman numerals. I am using the enumerate and mdwlist packages and have the following: \begin{enumerate}[I] \item Item \item Item ...
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Enumerate inside 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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color fill an item of an enumerated list

I've recently seen How to "bubble in"/color fill an item counter ((A),(B),(C),...) in an enumerated list and I just wondered: what if I'd like to enumerate my list with the arabic numbers, ...
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Creating an enumerate-description style environment

I've been trying to create a list environment to produce something that does the following: It has a counter (like the enumerate environment). The first line of each item is an overview of the item ...
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How to achieve enumerated list or perhaps table of this form?

I'm trying to replicate a list in some mathematics that I'm looking at and am struggling to figure out how to do it. So far I've tried using a table and it's not looking great. Below is a link ...
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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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Minimal syntax alternative to enumerate environment [duplicate]

Is there an alternative to the enumerate environment in LaTeX where I can define a nested list with a minimal syntax like that of Markdown or something similar, e.g.: \begin{minimallist} - Fruit ...
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How to create enumerate environment with item number in the format (i,j)?

\begin{enumerate}[(i)] \item \end{enumerate} This gives the items with roman numbering. But I want to numbering in (i,j) format, i.e. I want my items numbered like (1,2),(1,1), (5,4) etc. What to ...
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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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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: ...