2
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Description items inside table?

I'm new to LaTeX and trying to create a resumé. I know there are alternatives like moderncv but I'd like to try creating it from scratch. I would like to have dates displayed on the left, sort of ...
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1answer
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Lining up margins in lists to text below

Suppose I have a resume made in LaTeX. I want to line up the margin of a specific section (or multiple sections, such that it lines up with the rest of the main text of the page. In particular, I want ...
4
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1answer
84 views

Resume option in enumitem with \includeonly

If I use \includeonly to include file foo2.tex, \begin{enumerate}[resume] does not resume the numbering of the last enumerate environment in file foo1.tex. What I've done is to run all parts, see ...
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1answer
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Too much spacing between subsection and custom itemize

I have a resume I created using resume.cls. I have a custom nitemize environment in order to remove separation between items within the document itself. In the document, under one of my internships, I ...
2
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1answer
487 views

Currivita - horizontal distance between bullet and content in cvlist

I am using cvlist to itemize my content as follows: \begin{cvlist}{HEADING} \item[1] blah \item[2] blah blah . . . \end{cvlist} However, the gap between the numbers (such as 1,2 etc) and the ...
2
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1answer
105 views

Text won't left align above list

I'm very new to LaTeX and have been using a template from my brother's resume to do up my own, and I have everything exactly how I want it except for the fact that I can't get the text on a line above ...
3
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1answer
1k views

Altering the position of bullet given by \item

I am working on my resume and for that I am using one of the following construct: \documentclass[letterpaper,9pt]{article} \newlength{\outerbordwidth} \usepackage[empty]{fullpage} \usepackage{color} ...
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4answers
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A list inside a table

I'm using this simple code to align date ranges on a CV: \section{I'm pretty cool}\begin{tabular}{l l} 2009--present & company 1 \\ 2011--2012 & company 2 \end{tabular} Now this looks like ...