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Make sure skype.png is in the same directory as your .tex file if you are using pdflatex. (For DVI output, convert to an EPS and put skype.eps in the directory with your TeX file.) See here for an explanation.

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You'll have to adjust the parameters, because the result is far from ideal, but the idea can be of using a nested tabular: \documentclass[a4paper]{friggeri-cv} \newcommand{\manylines}[1]{% \begin{tabular}[t]{@{}l@{}}#1\end{tabular}% } \begin{document} \header{somebody}{iusedtoknow}{fresh graduate} %------------------------- \section{experience} ...

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Sorry for the small response. Although this is kind of a hack which someone already suggested. So here it goes. In the res.cls file there is a textheight field \textheight 9.5in Changing this textheight field value will allow more text to be filled in your resume page. Until you get a definitive answer you can vary this value to reduce the whitespace in ...

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I don't know about the res.cls and I am unsure whether the tabular way is the best way to do this, but if tabular is used, one has to kill the additional column spacing left and right of a column specifier: \begin{tabular}{@{}ll} will remove the extra space of 6pt (standard value of \tabcolsep) for the tabulars. This must be done in the outer as well in ...

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The LaTeX template creates a two-columned look by constructing a "title block" and two minipages making up the "two columnar blocks". Since minipages form unbreakable blocks, they will spill over to/be placed on the next page if there isn't enough room on the current page. The introduction of a line break does exactly that: it makes the minipages not fit on ...

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