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The symbol used to separate fields in the footer is controlled by \footersymbol which is defined in the casual theme as \newcommand*{\footersymbol}{{~~~{\rmfamily\textbullet}~~~}} If you want the symbol to adapt to the color theme chosen, you need to redefine it to use a bullet in the color1 color: ...


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The logos can be found on the internet. You can then insert the logos using the includegraphics command. \section{\includegraphics[scale=0.03]{linkedinLogo.png}} {linkedin.com/in/yourname} ~ \section{\includegraphics[scale=0.03]{skypeLogo.png}} {skype:yourname?call} ~ Another possibility is to draw the logos using Tikz. I have created the LinkedIN logo in ...


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Add \nopagenumbers to the preamble. A complete example using the template you linked to (which apparently is an outdated version of the class, by the way, since it uses outdated commands): %%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%% % "ModernCV" CV and Cover Letter % LaTeX Template % Version 1.11 (19/6/14) % % This template has been downloaded from: % ...


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You can patch the \makeletterfooter macro to place the contents of the footer in the header. Since moderncv uses fancyhdr it's as simple as replacing \fancyfoot with \fancyhead (and some header height adjustment): \usepackage{etoolbox}% http://ctan.org/pkg/etoolbox % \patchcmd{<cmd>}{<search>}{<replace>}{<success>}{<failure>} ...


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Here is a compromise: I reduced hintscolumnwidth to 3.25cm and tabcolsep to 2.6pt. Another solution would be to keep 3.85cm for \hintscolwidth, have 4pt for \tabcolsep and use \footnotesize for the table. I used the showframe option of geometry to check if the table lies between the margins. To simplify the code I used the makecell: it defines a \thead ...


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My suggests are to follow the guidelines presented in Skype Icon in the CV template? in order to obtain a viable S-Logo symbol. Then include the LinkedIn and Skype symbols as part of the \extrainfo content where you have more control over the placement of things: \newsavebox{\skypeicon} ...


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If you want to compile with XeLaTeX or LuaLaTeX, you can use the fontawesome package. Fontawesome is a free font that contains many web symbols and the package ease its use. Unfortunately, the present version is based on version 3 of the fonts, and the Skype symbol appeared in version 4. So I made a macro to have access to it, with a faSkype command? ...


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My suggestion would be to first prepare all the documents in separate pdf files and then compile them into a single pdf file using some third party softwares. For example, if you are using OS X, preview.app can do this and in Ubuntu there are different options. If you want a pure latex solution, then you can use pdfpages to merge all your documents to a ...


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If you are able to work with Xe- or LuaLaTeX, you may load the fontawesome-package which loads all the symbols used in the new style of moderncv: % arara: lualatex \documentclass{article} \usepackage{fontawesome} \begin{document} \noindent \faPhone{} \faPhoneSign{} \faMobilePhone{} \faTablet{} \faPrint{} \faEnvelope{} \faEnvelopeAlt{} \faGlobe\\ ...


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Preamble 1° this solution might not work with Xelatex, try to replace \renewcommand*{\marvosymbol}[1]{{\fontfamily{mvs}\fontencoding{U}\fontseries{m}\fontshape{n}\selectfont\char#1}} by \renewcommand*{\marvosymbol}[1]{{\fontspec{MarVoSym}\char#1}}. 2° A class is definitly not a package Solution Those symols are defined in the moderncviconsmarvosym.sty ...


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The following code in the preamble does the trick! % hlink \makeatletter \newcommand*{\hlink}[2][]{% \ifthenelse{\equal{#1}{}}% {\href{#2}{#2}}% {\href{#2}{#1}}} \makeatother % social \makeatletter \newcommand*{\facebooksocialsymbol}{\faFacebook~} \newcommand\faSkype{{\FA\symbol{"F17E}}} \newcommand*{\skypesocialsymbol}{\faSkype~} ...


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You can use the commands \twocolumnand \onecolumn: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{lipsum} \begin{document} \lipsum[1] \twocolumn \lipsum[2-5] \onecolumn \lipsum[1] \end{document}



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