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LaTeX Beginners Guide by Stefan Kottwitz

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Chapter 4. Creating Lists

Arranging text in the form of a list can be very reader-friendly. You can present several ideas by a clear structure which is easy to survey. Commonly, three types of lists are used:

  1. Bulleted lists
  2. Numbered lists
  3. Definition lists

In this chapter, we shall learn how to create such lists.

Building a bulleted list

We shall start with the simplest kind of list. It contains just the items without numbers. Each item is marked by a bullet.

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