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LaTeX: Roman numbers in enumerate list and adjust space between list items

In the enumerate list, the numbering by default is in arabic form (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, etc.). You might need to show these numbering in romanized form (i, ii, iii, iv, v, etc.). To do so, you need to use enumitem package. This package pro­vides user con­trol over the lay­out of the three ba­sic list en­vi­ron­ments: enu­mer­ate, item­ize and de­scrip­tion.

In the below example code, I have displayed five different forms of enumerate list: a) the default enumerate list, b) enumerate list with roman numerals, c) list with roman numbers and no separation space in top and between items, d) list with capital roman numbers, and e) list starting from 5.

Here is the output of the above code:

Hope this helps. Thanks.

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