[OS X TeX] Re: Nonenumerated text in an enumerated list

John B. Thoo jthoo at yccd.edu
Tue Jul 29 17:39:58 EDT 2008

On Tue, 29 Jul 2008 05:19:33 -0700, in MacOSX-TeX Digest, Vol 9,  
Issue 27
"Scott, Randy" <Scott_Randy at sccollege.edu> wrote:

> Good Morning,
> First, thanks to those who responded to my last question about  
> squeezing text into boxes. Your ideas worked great and I finished  
> that little project.
> Today, I'm trying to make a handout for a class. There will be some  
> text instructions, followed by some numbered problems, then more  
> instructions that are to be aligned with the left margin (not with  
> the enumerated text), then more numbered problems (continuing the  
> enumeration from the first set of problems), more text, etc.
> I've read the (seemingly) pertinent sections in my "Latex  
> Companion" a few times, but it seems to say that anything in an  
> enumerate environment needs to be an \item.
> Any ideas?
> Thanks, as always,
> Randy Scott
> Santiago Canyon College
> Orange, CA

I have used this.

%% -- begin, cut here -- %%

% interitemtext.sty
% For inserting text between \item's in a list environment
% Suggested by Michel Bovani.
% <http://www.esm.psu.edu/mac-tex/MacOSX-TeX-Digests/2004/MacOSX- 
% Useage:
%    \item  This is an item.
%    \interitemtext{This is some text not part of an item.}
%    \item  This is another item.

{\itemindent 0mm\labelsep 0mm
\labelwidth 0mm\leftmargin 0mm
\item #1

%% -- end, cut here -- %%



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