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In LyX, how to change section headings from Arabic to Roman

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I am currently working on a thesis, where I have to use one subbibliography. This works pretty well with Biblatex and keywords. Now my faculty wants to have this subbibliography (and only this) to be ...
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Roman numbers on annexes

I'd like to have roman numbered annexes like this: 1 First Section 2 Second Section 3 Final Section Bibliography Annexes I First Annex II Second Annex III Third Annex IV Fourth Annex I'm ...
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Change theorem numbering from Roman to Arabic

I am trying to number my theorems according to section number. I use the following in the preamble, which works: \newtheorem{theorem}{Theorem}[section] However, since my section is numbered as ...
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Excluding the number that appears before sections and using roman numbers in table of content

Whenever I have \section{something} a number appears before it, like 1.Something How can I exclude this number? And for table of content, I have something like \setcounter{tocdepth} ...
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roman numbering for few sections [closed]

I have some attachments in my document and I would like to number them with a roman style. How can I do this? I tried: \documentclass[12pt,a4paper,oneside]{book} \begin{document} ...
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How to display Arabic numerals with \ref but Roman numerals otherwise?

To show all chapter numbers as Roman numerals, I’m using \renewcommand\thechapter{\Roman{chapter}} The fourth chapter, for instance, is therefore “Chapter IV” everywhere. Is it possible to show ...
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Numbering for a theorem and enumerated list within that theorem

I have the following amsthm environment defined \newtheorem{cslist}{Comparative Static Hypothesis} In instances of cslist, I would like to have an enumerated list like this. ...
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Varying style for chapter-references

I would like to refer to a chapter (roman numbering) partly with arabic numerals (e.g. as part of equation numbers) and partly with roman numerals (e.g. when refering directly to the chapter) ... ...
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How to change the formating of the title of a “Listing” from roman to arabic?

I recently stepped out of my comfort bounds and decided to add some Code snippets to my paper. I was able to get everything working fine and looking good, except the actual title. Everything else in ...