[texhax] Legal Style Numbering

Lars Madsen daleif at math.au.dk
Thu Feb 18 09:02:48 CET 2016

you have not made a configuration key, see \SetEnumitemKey in the manual

you made a completely new list, i.e. a newenvironment to be used as


Use \SetEnumitemKey if you want to define a key to be used in the configuration of existing lists

/Lars Madsen
Institut for Matematik / Department of Mathematics
Aarhus Universitet / Aarhus University
Mere info: http://au.dk/daleif@math / More information: http://au.dk/en/daleif@math

From: texhax <texhax-bounces at tug.org> on behalf of Jerry <jerry at seibercom.net>
Sent: 17 February 2016 17:35
To: General TeX discussion and questions
Subject: [texhax] Legal Style Numbering

I know that I am doing something incredibly stupid, but I cannot figure
out what.

I am trying to get "legal" style" list numbering. I am using the
"enumitem" package. According to the directions, I inserted this in the



        \item Test
                \item Two

This prints:

1. Test
(a) Two

I thought I could do this:


However, that only produces this error message:

Package enumitem Error: legal undefined. \begin{enumerate}[legal]

So my question is, what am I doing wrong?


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