[texhax] sort of table, sort of not

Randolph J. Herber herber at dcdrjh.fnal.gov
Wed Jul 23 13:12:24 CEST 2003

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|From: "Christopher W. Ryan" <cryan at binghamton.edu>
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|How would I create an itemized or ennumerated list that is sort of set aside in
|a box by itself?  Sort of like a table, but with a couple of short, numbered
|paragraphs, rather than rows and columns.  Also sort of like a figure, but with
|text, rather than a drawing?


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\hline \\
The items are:
\item[] Item 1, which includes.
\item[] Item 2
\item[] Item 3, which includes.
\item[] Item 4, which includes.
\item[] Item 5
\item[] Item 6
\item[] Item 7
\item[] Item 8
\item[] Item 9
\item[] Item X
\end{minipage} \\


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