# [OS X TeX] Intertext like command

Mon Jul 12 07:10:50 CEST 2004

On 12 Jul 2004, at 2:20 PM, Alain Schremmer wrote:

>
>  As you typed it, I think Paragraph text … is part of Item 2 and lined
> up as such.

Oh, yeah. Makes sense now, what you want.
Besides manually outdenting the line, I can't think of anything:

\begin{enumerate}
\item item one
\item item two
\item[] \hspace{-20pt} The next items are boring but included for
completeness...
\item item three
\end{enumerate}

WARNING: I just guessed the amount of space to subtract. 20pt might not
be accurate!!!

You could then make your own command to you wouldn't have to deal with
the uglyness. Put this in your preamble:

\newcommand{\interitemtext}[1]{\item[] \hspace{-20pt} #1}

(You don't have to use \interitemtext, you can call it whatever you
like)
Then:

\begin{enumerate}
\item item one
\item item two
\interitemtext{The next items are boring but included for
completeness...}
\item item three
\end{enumerate}

W

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