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The margin option to this class has the effect of moving the left margin in an amount correspanding to \sectionwidth. You need a way to provide either text in the left margin, like the section headings, or text sperading accross the full page. Here is some code to achieve this: \documentclass[margin, 10pt]{res} \usepackage{helvet} ...

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You have to move to the left by \hoffset \documentclass[margin, 10pt]{res} \usepackage{helvet} \setlength{\textwidth}{5.1in} \begin{document} \moveleft.5\hoffset\centerline{\large\bf John Smith} % Your name at the top \moveleft\hoffset\vbox{\hrule width\resumewidth height 1pt}\smallskip \moveleft.5\hoffset\centerline{123 Broadway} ...

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You can peek ahead and see whether there is an \ritem following an \rposition (using \@ifnextchar). If this is the case, just gobble it (using \@gobble). Of course, if it will always be followed by an\ritem, you can just gobble it regardless. Here's a way using the first (conditional) approach: \documentclass{article} % Short (i.e., one- to two-line) ...

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You can use the refsection environment in biblatex to divide your reference list into several section. For a CV I'd suggest something like: \begin{refsection} \nocite{key1} \printbibliography[heading=Publications] \end{refsection} \begin{refsection} \nocite{key2} \printbibliography[heading=Conference presentations] \end{refsection} And so on

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Assuming that the tag you have set is correct (you are using biblatex) you should not use multibib or other packages, which are not compatible. It can all be done within biblatex. The basic method is as follows: Instead of a simple \printbibliography command, you enter \printbibliography[] The optional command (which I have shown with []) limits that ...

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In addition to egreg's comment the example document demonstrates that the rSubsection environment is a list the intended usage is \begin{rSubsection}{ACME, Inc}{October 2010 - Present}{Web Developer}{Palo Alto, CA} \item Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Donec a diam lectus. \item Donec et mollis dolor. Praesent et diam eget libero ...

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The class you're using is not very well written. Change line 117 as shown below: 117 \end{list}\par 118 \vspace{0.5em} % Some space after the list of bullet points (line 118 is added for clarity; don't add the line numbers, of course). The missing \par is the problem.

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