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I would recommend having a look at SDAPS, since it provides a class to build questionnaires. But the greates feature of this software is the ability to do optical mark recognition on the questionnaire built with this class. All you have to do is scan them. Have a look at the project website http://sdaps.org/

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The Leibniz Institute for Social Sciences at the University of Duisburg, Essen, Germany developed the Questionnaire Development Documentation System (QDDS). Version III of this software includes two LaTeX styles that were created to implement paper based questionnaires: paperandpencil.sty for paper and pencil questionnaires, and papy.sty for paper assisted ...

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Remember \small does not take arguments. There is at least one error in that class. \makeatletter \renewenvironment{abstract} { \btypeout{Abstract Page} \thispagestyle{empty} \null\vfil \begin{center} \setlength{\parskip}{0pt} {\normalsize \UNIVNAME \par} {\normalsize {ABSTRACT} \par} \medskip {\normalsize \FACNAME \par} {\normalsize \DEPTNAME \par} ...

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Just to summarise what's already been said in the comments: You can use \twocolumn to enter two-column mode. When you issue the \twocolumn command, LaTeX will start a new page, and henceforth use two columns for the rest of the document. There's also the multicol package, which is a bit more powerful than the primitive \twocolumn command. For instance, ...

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When I tried the advice of Kurt, I kept getting an error stating a non-TDS compliant root when trying to add my local texmf tree. These are the steps that I had to work through to get it working: Create the root directory: Say f: is the drive with portable MiKTeX. Create f:\Local TeX Files Create the subdirectory: f:\Local Tex Files\tex\latex\misc and copy ...

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In my opinion it's better to define separate font families: one for the main text font, another one for the special items. Here's an example. \documentclass{article} \usepackage{xcolor} \definecolor{cvgreen}{HTML}{C2E15F} % give distinctive names to colors \definecolor{cvgray}{HTML}{4D4D4D} \usepackage{fontspec} ...

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As I suggested in my comment, the 'manual' way would be to call \addfontfeature where you want it. Another solution would be to use the SizeFeatures option for fontspec. Both are illustrated below. (I used Adobe's Source Sans Pro since I don't have Helvetica.) \documentclass{article} \usepackage{xcolor} \definecolor{green}{HTML}{C2E15F} ...

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In the site LaTeX Templates there are three downloadable Conference Posters templates: baposter Portrait Poster, Dreuw & Deselaer's Poster and Jacobs Landscape Poster. Example: Jacobs Landscape Poster Description: This poster template features a clean sectioned look suitable for presenting research at a conference. Important information is ...

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find kpsewhich --var-value TEXMFDIST -name *.cls and if you have also a local tree: find kpsewhich --var-value TEXMFLOCAL -name *.cls

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TeX Live maintains some text files where all packages/classes etc. are listed. The files are called ls-R and there's one for each main tree. In order to find all installed document classes in your main path you can do the following command: grep "\.cls" kpsewhich --var-value TEXMFDIST`/ls-R > \$HOME/allcls.txt After this process you have a file ...

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