Each of them provide four levels, which means you can have nested lists of up to four levels. The enumerate-environment is used to create numbered lists. If you like to change the appearance of the enumerator, the simplest way to change is to use the enumerate-package, giving you the possibility to optionally choose an enumerator.
What I did was to create my own LaTeX command, and then use that command instead of the traditional enumerate tag. This works just as well for the itemize tag. After you define this command, just use it instead of enumerate or itemize, and your line spacing will essentially be reduced to single line spacing.
Note that this environment does not typically appear in the document body. Most lists created by LaTeX authors are the ones that come standard: the descriptionenumerateand itemize environments see descriptionenumerateand itemize. Instead, the list environment is most often used in macros.
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Convenient and predictable list formatting is one of the many advantages of using LaTeX. Users of WYSIWYG word processors can sometimes be frustrated by the software's attempts to determine when they intend lists to begin and end. As a mark-up language, LaTeX gives more control over the structure and content of lists.