I want to \raggedleft only the content of each frame in Beamer. I tried this

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but it doesn't work as expected.

By content I mean the part shown in this image: content of frame

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    How are contents of a \raggedleft (aka "right-aligned") itemize list supposed to look like? Should each item's "bullet" be \raggedleft as well, or should the bullets be left-aligned whereas the contents should be right-aligned? Please advise.
    – Mico
    Commented Sep 1, 2019 at 6:04
  • @Mico I just need the contents to be right-aligned and not to change the location of bullets.
    – 01000110
    Commented Sep 1, 2019 at 6:26

2 Answers 2


Try some definitions:


Then use them as follows:

 \frametitle<presentation>{Euclid's algorithm}
  \begin{enumerate} \rebinditem % <<<-----    
  \item Pseudo-code: 
  \item {\tt function GCD($a$, $b$) \{}
   \begin{itemize}%\revertitem  %<<-- uncomment if desired    
    \item {\tt if ($b =0$) return $a$;}% 
    \item \raggedleft {\tt Let $r$ be the remainder\\ when you divide $a$ by $b$}% <<--- multiline item needs \raggedleft    
    \item {\tt return GCD($b$, $r$);}% 
  \item  \}

This approach should work with any document class, not just beamer.

Here's how this looks, with extra colours, using a local Beamer template


An simple solution (for fun):


\frametitle{My desired ugly enumerated list ...}
\item\hfill Some shorter text
\item\hfill Some long, long, long, long, long, long, long, long text which occupay at least two
\item\hfill And short text again
\end {document}

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