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Don't use a random template! it's not complicated to build your own LaTeX-preamble and for the things you want to do you don't need more than say 10 packages and 10-20 options. Work with minimal preambles for better readability and less likelihood of conflicts. I would recommand the Koma-Skript classes, scrartcl would fit for your points 2,4 and 5. ...


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There are three places you have to change dimensions to reduce the left margin in the geometry layout, specify the left margin in the \entry command increase the width of the main text in the side panel reduce the width and move it left Here is an example doing this making the left margin rather too narrow: \documentclass[]{friggeri-cv} ...


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For slides & presentations, you should definitely use the Beamer class. And I agree with MaxNoe, that using random templates from the internet isn't really a good way to learn. For homework, I simply use the article class and a ~100 line preamble I've stitched together over the course of a year. The preamble consists of a bunch of packages for all ...


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Here is a very common template circulating among lecture notes at MIT. There is a lot of stuff going on... importing libraries for special symbols, specifying the layout of the page, theorem environments. You will probably only need a subset of these at any one time, but here it all is at once. Hopefully - as you learn LaTeX - you can learn to change ...


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If my guess is right, you are from Universiti Malaya right? Use the template from http://latex-my.blogspot.com/2011/06/university-of-malaya-thesis-class.html You can modify the .cls to your own need. Hope that helps!


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You can get your frames to continue on the next page using the framed package and changing the definition of \problemAnswer to \newcommand{\problemAnswer}[1]{\begin{framed}#1\end{framed}} For the continuation messages you need to either shorten some of the material appearing in the footers or to put the continuation messages on a different line. One ...



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