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It's probably better to act on the \thenomenclature command; adding \addetoc after \printnomenclature will give the wrong result if the nomenclature is more than one page long. \makeatletter \def\thenomenclature{% \@ifundefined{chapter}% { \section*{\nomname} \if@intoc \addcontentsline{toc}{section}{\nomname}% ...

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You are surely trying to define your nomenclature entries in this way: \nomenclature[<prefix>]{<symbol>}{<description>} which is the way to define nomenclature entries when using the nomencl package. But you're using the nomentbl package, and the correct way to define nomenclature entries is: ...

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The trick is to use as much of the built in nomencl support from LyX as possible. I have done this by borrowing from the Biblatex in LyX wiki entry. First we create a document with a nomenclature in LyX. Insert > List / TOC > Nomenclature Since we do not want LyX to print the nomenclature, 'capture' this element in a LyX comment (yellow box). Next ...

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Spaces are gobbled when they are at a line break; add \mbox{} after the \hspace{2cm}; I actually used \hspace* and \nolinebreak to ensure this space is not used for a line break in any case. % arara: pdflatex % arara: nomencl % arara: pdflatex \documentclass{article} \usepackage{nomencl} \usepackage{siunitx} \makenomenclature \begin{document} ...

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