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\documentclass{article} \def\a{\stepcounter{enumi}One two three four \roman{enumi} five six seven eight. } \def\b{\a\a\a\a Red blue yellow. \a\a\a\a\a\ Green black blue \Roman{enumi}. } \def\c{\b\b\b\par\a\b\a\b\a\par} \def\z{ Interesting text that has notes attached} \def\zz{\z\z\z\z\z} \newcommand\mynote[1]{\strut\vadjust{% ...


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Your primary problem was that your \parbox was wrapping, because you only made it 1 inch wide, but were placing the \Box plus a 2cm underline on it. Thus, the underline was actually on the next line (there's a lesson here about mixing units). Once that was resolved (by making the \parbox 1.2 inches wide), just adding extra \parbox invocations took care of ...


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This behaviour is not caused by your template but by the scrbook-class which is used in this template. The motivation behind this behaviour is that every new part starts on an odd page being on the right hand side in case of double sided printing. In general this is a desired layout, however if you really, really want to get rid of these empty pages, you ...


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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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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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