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Some comments and suggestions: I can see no justification or excuse whatsoever for using an eqnarray environment here. Place the equation inside the minipage. Use an {aligned}[b] environment to split the material across two rows. Place the \footnote directive immediately after \end{aligned} and before \end{equation}. Optional: Insert horizontal rules (...


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The following should be closer to the expected output. Additionally to the alignment of the item and the image, I also made sure, the two minipages fit into the available space, since the original MWE caused an overfull box warning. (Red lines in the following screenshot indicate margins) \documentclass{article} \usepackage{lipsum} \usepackage[export]{...


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Here's a LuaLaTeX-based solution. It sets up a Lua function, called add_minipage_wrappers, that acts as a preprocessor of sorts: It scans all input lines, kicks into high gear when it encounters a \begin{enumerate} instruction, encases \item groups in minipage environments, and falls back to near-dormancy after it encounters an \end{enumerate} instruction. ...


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Edit: In the first try I misunderstood your problem. Now is corrected. All what you need is insert noindent before first minipage and useraggedright` for placement of figure inside it. BTWE; you should never ever enclose floats figure (or table) inside minipage or similar box. \documentclass[a4paper,12pt]{article} %\usepackage[pctex32]{graphics} %\...


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Tables can be enhanced in many way. This is one possibility to fit the three tables without changing the font size. The \arraystretch expands the cell vertically. The \multirow in the first line enhances the title. The type P column allows for longer sentences in a fixed width cell, as in the second line. The \tabcolsep controls the separation between the ...


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You can redefine the existing enumerate environment using the tasks package. The latter already puts its items in boxes so the result should suit your needs. Possible major drawback: enumerate isn't nestable any more… \documentclass{article} \pagestyle{empty} \usepackage[margin=5mm,paperheight=5cm]{geometry} \usepackage{tasks} \RenewTasksEnvironment[label=\...


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You can capture the \items and process them using the approach provided by Macro to capture until end-of-line as argument: \documentclass{article} %\usepackage{xparse}% If LaTeX < 2020-10 \ExplSyntaxOn \NewDocumentEnvironment{myenumerate}{ O{} +b } { % do the setup \keys_set:nn { haff/enumerate } { #1 } % split the contents at \item \...


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