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It seems that you are using the resume.cls found here. Add the following to your preamble: \makeatletter \def \printname { \begingroup \hfil{\namesize\bfseries \@name}\hfil \nameskip\break \endgroup } \makeatother

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You can set the entire "address" inside a tabular-like structure. Below I've used tabularx: \documentclass[line,margin]{res} \usepackage{newcent,tabularx} \begin{document} \name{\huge Andrew Parker} \address{\begin{tabularx}{\textwidth}{@{}X l l@{}} South African & Address: & 123 M, Main Street, \\ Permanent Resident & ...

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Discovered this answer purely accidentally. If you use this answer (by the same author as the accepted answer in this question!) to suppress the "References" title that \bibliographygenerates, then this problem is automatically (auto-magically perhaps!) fixed. So, the overall solution looks cleaner. In the spirit of Tex.SE, am reproducing part of the answer ...

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My answer is probably not exactly what did you want (because you are asking for LaTeX solution and I give TeX solution) but I hope that this answer illustrates the typical usage of TeX. There are two persons: macro programmer who implements the macros by given typography design and the author who writes the text. The programmer tells to the author what ...

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An example you might want to use: http://www.latextemplates.com/template/moderncv-cv-and-cover-letter. Adapt to your needs, if you encounter any problems you can always come back here for help. You could also try to use parts of these other templates: http://www.latextemplates.com/cat/curricula-vitae For document class it uses {moderncv} with options 11pt, ...

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