Is there a way to put a command in my LyX document preamble to inhibit numeration of theorems, propositions, and definitions in the whole document?

  • I never make theorems or the like, but I see that there is a module called "Theorems (unnumbered)". Could it work to replace whatever theorem module you have used with that? Sep 29, 2017 at 13:26

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If you already have a numbered Theorems module loaded, just choose Theorem*, Proposition*, or Definition* from the drop-down menu at the top left.

I have the Italian version:

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If you don't have a numbered Theorems module loaded, go to Document -> Settings -> Modules, choose Theorems (Unnumbered) and click Add.

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Then, from the drop-down menu at the top left, you can choose Theorem (or Theorem*), Proposition (or Proposition*), or Definition (or Definition*).

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