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By using the package tcolorbox, this can be achieved: MWE: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{multicol} \usepackage{tcolorbox} \begin{document} \pagestyle{empty} \bigskip \centerline{\huge XXXXXXX} \bigskip \setlength{\columnseprule}{1pt} \def\columnseprulecolor{\color{green}} \begin{tcolorbox}[ sharp corners=all, colback=white, colframe=green, ...


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By "resizing" the summation symbols, I assume you want to enlarge them, so that they have the size used in display-math environments. This may be achieve most directly by placing \displaystyle directives ahead of \sum macros that occur in inline-math environment. This works for \int, \prod, and other so-called variable-sized operator symbols as well. ...


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Since KOMA-Script version 3.20 there are new possiblities to format the TOC and list entries. You can use \newcommand\fontintoc[1]{\sffamily\footnotesize #1} \RedeclareSectionCommands[ tocentryformat=\usekomafont{disposition}\fontintoc, tocpagenumberformat=\usekomafont{disposition}\fontintoc ]{part,section} \RedeclareSectionCommands[ ...


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The itemize (and enumerate etc. as well) environment deliberately expects an \item command to work, this isn't provided by todolist. It can be cured by giving an \item[] with empty label, but this might shift the whole list to the right margin, but in total, the outer itemize environment isn't necessary at all! A better way, numbering from left to right is ...



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