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You want the following result, or something like it:
1. Enumerate item
2. Enumerate item
Standard text, not embedded in enumerate environment.
3. Enumerate item
4. Enumerate item
More standard text, etc.
In other words, you would like an interrupted numbered list, or sequential numbering.
There are several ways to accomplish this using the familiar LaTeX
or methods using either ERT or the preamble. The following packages are useful:
For a quick-and-dirty explanation with an example see this FAQ entry.
Another solution would be to move away from
See this FAQ entry.
If you would like to write a document in which the first level of a numbered list uses the abc letters instead of "normal" numbers and the second level will be numbered with 1, 2, 3...:
a. bla bla bla
b. bla bla bla
c. bla bla
1. bla bla bla 2. bla bla bla
d. bla bla bla
The following FAQ page will get you started, but what you want is a bit more complex. Try this in the preamble:
Note that this changes all first and second level enumerations throughout the document. The
By default, embedded lettered items in enumerate will appear on a different line from the numbered item:
(a) one (b) two (c) three
If you'd like enumerate to look like this,
1. (a) one
(b) two (c) three