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The template is available from ShareLaTeX: % % LaTeX source of my resume % ========================= % % Heavily commented to to fit even LaTeX beginners (hopefully). % % See the README.md file for more info. % % This file is licensed under the CC-NC-ND Creative Commons license. % % Start a document with the here given default font size and paper size. ...

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The \paperwidth should be replaced by \resumewidth and the 'weird' \vspace{-8mm} dropped. Warning: res.cls is quite old (2001)!!! \documentclass[margin]{res} \begin{document} \indent{\textbf{\large{NAME}\\ {\rule{\resumewidth}{1.5pt}}}}% \begin{resume} % \vspace{-8mm} \section{Contact Information}{ Avenue \\ CITY\\ COUNTRY \\ Mobile: +1 (342) ...

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I would recommend writing a resume in the default article document class. However, since you're using res, you can use the following: \documentclass[margin,line]{res} \usepackage{graphicx} \renewcommand{\namefont}{\bfseries\LARGE} \begin{document} \name{\makebox[\textwidth]{Person's name\hfill \includegraphics[height=2\baselineskip]{example-image}}} ...

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One way would be to use a tabular type of environment as the \NameAndPhoto macro does, or without packages use an \hfill between the name and image and then draw the \rule yourself: Code: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{tabularx} \usepackage{graphicx} \newcommand*{\NameAndPhoto}[2]{% \noindent \begin{tabularx}{\linewidth}{@{}Xr@{}} ...

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Two things: To accomodate a long item, you don't need to start a new environment. Just use \task* \task* This is a long word problem, more than one line. I can't seem to use rlap for this. I have to use another begin{tasks} section here. Second, you can pass the option [resume=false] locally, when you type answers Answers: \begin{tasks}[resume=false](2) ...

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