LaTex Lecture

Latex itemize enumerate

Thanks for the contribution of csdn blog post by "TransientYear" in 2019.

LaTeX provides the {itemize} environment and for ordered lists there is the enumerate environment.

The elements within both environments have to be declared beginning with the \item command.

The following code examples show how to use the most common types of lists you’re going to use in your document.

  1. To change the effect of the index of enumerate, we need to add: \usepackage{enumerate}
  2. We can see the effect A,a,I,i,1 by adding \Alph,\alph,\Roman,\roman,\arabic

  1. The 1st method:
  \begin{itemize}
    \item  Apple
    \item  Google
    \item  Microsoft
  \end{itemize}

  2. The 2nd method:
  \begin{itemize}
    \item[-]  Apple
    \item[-]  Google
    \item[-]  Microsoft
  \end{itemize}
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  2. The 3rd method:
  \begin{enumerate}[]
      \item  Apple
      \item  Google
      \item  Microsoft
  \end{enumerate}

  2. The 4th method:
  \begin{enumerate}
      \item  Apple
      \item  Google
      \item  Microsoft
  \end{enumerate}

  2. The 5th method:
  \begin{enumerate}[A.]
      \item  Apple
      \item  Google
      \item  Microsoft
  \end{enumerate}

  2. The 6th method:
  \begin{enumerate}[(1)]
      \item  Apple
      \item  Google
      \item  Microsoft
  \end{enumerate}

For more information, please refer to codeleading.com or the original post at csdn.net.

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