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Starting enumerate with a specified number in Latex

Posted by Sandeep Pathak | Labels: Latex | Posted on Tuesday, November 25, 2008

If you want to start your enumerate with a specified number but 1, you should use \newcounter tag. The following example illustrates the use of the tag if, for example, we need to start our enumeration from 6 and not 1:

\begin{enumerate}
\setcounter{enumi}{5}
\item Hello
\item Bye
\end{enumerate}

3 comments:

felipe said...

beautiful!!!
Thank you very much!

Jeff Martens said...

Thanks from me as well. I like it when the first Google result is a perfect match to my question.

Mariana Malta said...

Indeed Jeff!