I have a question: How can one put quotation marks around a list, i.e. like this:

"1. item one


n. item n"

I need to cite a list in my document.

(I will need to use German quotation marks, but I believe having this solved for classic ones, the rest should be easy)


1 Answer 1


You can do something like this.



\item blub
\let\itemquote\relax %deactivate quote

\item blub\textcoquote


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  • Thank you, does exactly what I had in mind. Also, out of interest, is there any difference between \textcoquote and \grqq?
    – Omen111
    Feb 3, 2016 at 19:13

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