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(augmented the answer by a second-level "btr" itemize-like environment per the OP's request.) Rather than set up lots of individual tabular environments and create the itemized lists by hand, I suggest you employ the machinery of enumitem package, as is done below, to create two levels of a bespoke itemize-like list environment. \documentclass{...

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With the latest version of nicematrix (v 4.4 of 2020-06-30), it's easy: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{nicematrix} \usepackage{makecell} \begin{document} \begin{NiceTabular}{wC{5mm}CCCC}[hvlines-except-corners] & \;\diagbox{A}{B} & \makecell{C \\ D} & \makecell{ E \\ F} & \makecell{ G \\ longer} \\ \Block{4-1}{H1} & I & text 1 ...

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A command \multicolumn must syntactically be at the beginning of the cell. It can't be preceded by a token such as \scriptsize. The reason is that \multicolumn is expanded in a list of tokens beginning by \omit and such an \omit (which means : omit the format of the column specified for the current cell) must always be syntactically at the beginning of the ...

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The OP asked me to put my comments into an answer. Initially, I had suggested to add \allowbreak in the definition of \glom, immediately prior to the \ignorespaces. This had the effect of allowing a break between \glom and \gloss, but it did not prevent \glom from overrunning the margin. Also, it is not wholly clear if the OP really would like to permit a ...

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It is a bug. The code is wrong here, according to the pdf reference the BT operator must be closed before the mode is switched back, and it looks as if one also should save and restore the graphic state. But I don't see at first glance an easy fix. You could open an issue at the github. Manually something like this works. But better don't use this mode in ...

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I suggest you employ a threeparttable environment, with its \tnote directives and tablenotes environment, to force the caption and the footnote material to occupy the same width as the tabular environment does. \documentclass{article} \usepackage{stackrel,array} \usepackage[flushleft,para]{threeparttable} \renewcommand{\TPTtagStyle}{\textit} % optional \...

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\documentclass{article} \usepackage{makecell} \begin{document} \begin{table}[!h] \caption{Total times in second and number of sub-problems of Algorithm 1,2 and 3} \label{table2} \centering \begin{tabular}{|c|c|c|c|c|} \hline Name & Al & Cycle & TTs & NSP \\ \hline P1 & 1 & ...

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First I'd recommend you to avoid the use of parbox since LaTeX already has a default option to create inner paragraphs in the tabular environment \begin{tabular}{p{6cm}|lll} \hline Column \#1 & Col \#2 & Col \#3 & Col \#4 \\ \hline In reviewing applicants, we consider both objective criteria, such as test scores, and subjective criteria, such as ...

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With a combination of three top ailgned minipages with two or one tabularx and \raisebox in order to top align the tabularx environments: \documentclass{article} \usepackage[table]{xcolor} \usepackage[letterpaper, inner=16mm, outer=16mm, top=8mm, bottom=8mm]{geometry} \usepackage{tabularx} \usepackage{graphicx} \usepackage[scaled]{helvet} \renewcommand\...

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The specific issue is that you need to load amsmath before amsthm. If you do that, the compilation will get far enough to tell you that you left out \begin{document} and \end{document}. It will then give you a very confusing error about \@@scl being undefined that turns out to trace back to giving xcolor an invalid HTML color code. The larger issue is that ...

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