[OS X TeX] Indented lists

Claus Gerhardt gerhardt at math.uni-heidelberg.de
Sat Jan 28 11:50:01 EST 2006

Let me suggest the following command a variant of which I usually use




You can define the skip amounts to your liking. Instead of \upshape  
you can use \scshape, etc. You can also replace the default counter  

The environment is called as



On Jan 28, 2006, at 3:44, Keith Knipling wrote:

> \newenvironment{seci}[1]{  %Containing itemized list
> \vspace{2em}
> {\large\sc\textbf{#1}}
> 	\begin{itemize}
> 		\setlength{\leftmargin}{10em}
> 		\setlength{\rightmargin}{0em}
> 		\setlength{\itemindent}{0em}% indentation of first line of an  
> item; can be negative
> 		\setlength{\listparindent}{0em}% space for paragraph indent after  
> the first
> 		\setlength{\itemsep}{1em}% amount of extra vertical space between  
> items
> 		\setlength{\parsep}{10em}
> 	}{\end{itemize}}

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