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For example, you could use \hfill before the words you want on the right: \documentclass{article} \begin{document} Company X \hfill City, State \end{document}


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I'd suggest using a full tabular-like implementation - using tabularx - to set that part of the CV construction. Also, to avoid using a list and set the content as rows inside your table... it's not that difficult to maintain this way, and provides you with the control you want inside such a rigid structure. % ...


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\begin{tabular}{l <{\raggedleft\arraybackslash}p{50mm}c} \multirow{4}{*}{ \includegraphics[width=0.15\textwidth, height=30mm]{saeed.jpg} }\\ & {Address 1} \\ & {Street, Country} \\ & {Tel: }\\ & {Email:}\\ & \\ \end{tabular}


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ShareLaTeX provides a list of CV/Resume Templates, including: ModernCV Oldstyle ModernCV Casual ModernCV Classic ModernCV Banking EuropeCV SC_CV Classic Thesis Style - CV Academic CV Professional CV Two-Column CV Fancy CV ECV Curriculum Vitae (English or German) Curve ESIEEcv currvita Cies Breijs Resume CV US Clean CV ...


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Overleaf lists a whole host of CV Templates, including: Modern CV and Cover Letter Your new CV A Designer CV Deedy Resume Aparna-CV Plantilla CV Español Recent Grad Resume Template Recent Grad CV - with photo Resume Template (short CV) Friggeri CV Template


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In short inputenc is your friend here. Pasting from your post I found that adding \usepackage[latin1]{inputenc} fixed it (I had to strip out a couple of bits to do with res.cls but I checked that article gave the same missing characters. It's also possible that \usepackage[utf8]{inputenc} might be the solution -- I don't trust encodings when text has been ...


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resumecls requires XeLaTeX instead of LaTeX. As can be seen from the description of the class, it pro­vides a sim­ple re­sumeé struc­ture that works, na­tively, with both Chi­nese and English text (ibid.). That requires at least one Chinese font, which obliviously is not installed at your system. Something from ...


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Use adjustwidth from changepage instead. It allows you to adjust the margin widths for a specific piece of text (left and/or right; into/from the margins): \documentclass{article} \usepackage[margin=0.75in, left=1.5in]{geometry} % Section headers in margins % http://tex.stackexchange.com/a/1315/5764 \usepackage{titlesec} ...


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For #1, modify the \ressubheading command as follows: \newcommand{\ressubheading}[4]{% \begin{minipage}[t]{6.5in} \textbf{#1} \hfill #2 \\ \textit{#3} \hfill \textit{#4} \end{minipage}\vspace{-6pt}} For #2, enter the four arguments correctly as this: \ressubheading{Parallel Tools for High Speed Machines ...



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