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How to change enumerate style in GSM package

I used GSM LaTeX package of AMS to write a book, in which the enumerate environment gives the result as follows: (1) If blah blah blah. (2) Else blah blah blah. (3) Or blah blah blah.... I want ...
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Running numbers for comments

I wish to have comment 1, comment 2 as running numbers, and for each reviewer I want to restart the running number, is there a good way to achieve this? Following is how the pdf currently looks, and ...
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Listing items with specific alignment

How do I do list items so that the number is adjacent to the first item? For example: 1. a. Eggs b. Feathers 2 a. Mention two... b. How can we... c. List three... With good spacing and ...
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How to numbering subs in a definition nicely?

The code what I've got: \documentclass[a4paper]{article} \usepackage{amsthm} \begin{document} \textbf{Definition 1.1} The definition contains following contents: \begin{enumerate} \item The first ...
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Problem with numbering of questions in exsheets

When using : \documentclass[11pt,letterpaper,oneside]{article} \usepackage{amsmath} \usepackage{amsfonts} \usepackage{amssymb} \usepackage{graphicx} \usepackage{enumitem} \usepackage{verbatim} ...
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Numbering figures and tables in a problem set

A standard problem set from a physics textbook is divided into sections, with problems numbered sequentially from start to finish (i.e., not resetting in every section). Tables and figures are ...
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beamer presentation with enumerated list problem

I have a beamer presentation. In the presentation I have a numbered list... within each number I have a sub-numbered list which I would like to be like the following. How do I fix this problem? 1. ...
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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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How to change enumerate item from 1. to (1)? [duplicate]

I would like to force latex enumerate environment to output (1), (2),... in place of 1., 2. that he gives by default. How could I do this ? I don't need to do it in my whole document but in some ...
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enumerate tag using the alphabet instead of numbers [duplicate]

The default behaviour for the \begin{enumerate}tag is to sequentially list the items given by \item over the numbers {1, 2, 3, 4, ...}. Is it possible to change this to the alphabet {a, b, c, d, ...
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Exercise enumeration

In order to make it easier to write hand-in assigments, I want to create two environments Subexc and subexc, where I can write the entire exercise down before starting. Subexc is supposed to be run ...
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1answer
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Need help with a cases structure inside an enumerated list

I need to type an enumerated list (for a math document) that contains several lines for which I need to have said lines have a curly brace at the end with a text description for them. The best I can ...
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Customizing enumerate item label

I have a list that looks like follows: 1 (a) Red Apple (b) Blue Apple 2 (a) Red Orange (b) Blue Orange I want to say "(a) implies (b)." So I label items as follows: \begin{enumerate} \item ...
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How to refer to the number of an item in an enumerate environment inside a theorem

I have something that looks like this: \usepackage{amsmath} \begin{document} \begin{thm} The following are true: \begin{enumerate} \item \label{foo} Foo \item \label{bar} Bar \item \label{baz} Baz ...
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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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1answer
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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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votes
2answers
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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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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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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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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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Enumerate with a range of numbers in an item's label

I am preparing an outline of lectures for a course. Some topics will take more than one lecture. I want to create an enumerate environment that reflects this. I want to end up with something like ...
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votes
1answer
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List item text alignment

I have nested enumeration with a long labels. As a result, the text in items becomes very shifted to the right. I want that this text in items won't be moved at all (the same horizontal offset as the ...
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Nested enumeration numbering

I write homework assignments in LaTex and the assignments are always divided into subparts (i.e. Problem 1 is divided into 1.1, 1.2, 1.3, ...). Currently what I do is I have nested enumerations, but ...
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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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Alignment of equation numbering in amsbook

I use \documentclass{amsbook}. When I add an equation within an enumeration, the equation number appears further to the left than the item number, which is not so pleasant. How to make the equation ...
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votes
2answers
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Customising counter within enumerate-list

Please consider the following code. I would like to use the enumerate-environment to generate a list, which (for better understanding) I built with the tabular-environment. I would like to have the ...
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1answer
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Change a specific label in enumerate environment

I'm using arabtex, and there is an error in the package. When using \alph as a label for enumerate, it works correctly, however it is not in Arabic alphabetical order. As you would expect for the ...
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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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Design a multiple columns environment to arrange exercises

I want write the code like: ... \item \textbf{Differentiation}. Differentiate with respect to $x$: \begin{exercises}{3} \item$x^{2} - 3x$. \item$x^{5} - ...
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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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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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Label numbering gone crazy

I have redefined the enumerate counters to include the section number, and this works as expected. However, when I try to cross-reference text in my document, the number on the reference doesn't show ...
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How do I change the `enumerate` list format to use letters instead of the default Arabic numerals?

I've seen documentation whereby an \alph command is put around the \begin{enumerate} somewhere, but I'm not entirely sure how that operates...
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Include section number in list number

As a follow-up to this question, I'd like to know if it is possible to automatically include the current section number, including all nesting levels, in the list number. How do I accomplish this? ...
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Infinite-depth list

I want to create a command set that allows me to do something like \nestedlist{ \listitem An item \sublist{ \listitem A sub item \listitem Another sub item } } and get An item 1.1 A ...
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How can I make an enumerate list start at something other than 1?

Sometimes, I want to have enumerate lists in LaTeX start at other than the first value (1, a, i, etc.) How can I make an enumerate list start at an arbitrary value?