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Below I have defined SpecialSection which will disable the \parindent and adds a blank line in between paragraphs. It has been applied to the second section in the image below: Notes: Please do note that manually setting \parskip is considered a "deadly sin" as per Too much whitespace before lists when changing the \parskip length. But, in this case I ...


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It is not clear from your question whether you want the paragraph indentation to be zero for all paragraphs or if you only want the section headings to be unindented. If the former, use \setlength\parindent{0em} to set the indentation to zero for all paragraphs. What \documentclass are you using? In the report and book classes, which I use most often, ...


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I would steer clear from the res document class as its deprecated/really old. You're better off setting it in the article document class, or using something like moderncv. You can redefine \section to be \renewcommand{\section}[1]{\leavevmode{\llap{\sectionfont #1\ }}\ignorespaces} This just inserts the section using a left overlap into the left margin. ...


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Generally you are best off using the mechanisms offered by the document class and standard size commands for fonts. The subsubsection font in your example is the same size as the normal text, if you want it bigger, trying using \large. In the KOMA classes you do this via \setkomafont, e.g. \setkomafont{subsubsection}{\normalfont\large} If you wished to ...


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One simple solution is change \parindent after \section{}. This can be done automatically redefining \section{}. Example: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{indentfirst} % redefining sections \let\oldsection\section \renewcommand{\section}[1]{\oldsection{#1}\setlength{\parindent}{.3in}} \begin{document} \section{A section} I am writing a document ...


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Provided a loose usage of the word exactly : \documentclass[a4paper]{article} \begin{document} Healthcare Management \dotfill ORACLE \\ Healthcare Management \dotfill MICROSOFT \end{document} should do the trick. For the white space at the end of MICROSOFT I suppose you could use \hspace{10cm}.



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