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comment Make \emph{} look like Stackoverflow highlighting
xcolor would work just as well, but color is smaller, simpler, and not-yet-obsolete. Without more context or a MWE from the OP it's hard to tell which to prefer, so I went for simplicity.
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answered Make \emph{} look like Stackoverflow highlighting
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answered How to draw IMO level geometry pictures?
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answered Linear Regression Illustration
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answered Using TikZ to draw a water channel profile
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comment How to number with indent?
I'd recommend getting a good book. There are several excellent options mentioned in the answers to the questions linked above.
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comment How to number with indent?
Or if the numbers are completely arbitrary, just use the optional argument of \item. So \item[a)].... then \item[c)]...
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comment How do I make \dots more compact? Or are there alternatives?
@barbarabeeton thanks, useful consideration.
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answered TikZ - How can I draw a line through a point on a line, with the new line perpendicular to the old line?
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answered How do I make \dots more compact? Or are there alternatives?
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revised How should I start with this image?
improved the functions slightly (and corrected bug).
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answered How should I start with this image?
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comment Using the same figure twice with no new number
A simple approach is just to omit the \caption in the second figure, and replace it with a simple paragraph of text, possibly using \ref to get the original figure number. But maybe you don't need formal captions? Tufte (for example) has none in his beautifully clear books.