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I have used the res.cls as explained e.g. here. It is one of the oldest if not the oldest template for cv's with Latex. It's been fine up to recently but I would advise against using it. It is not updated anymore and so I have had problems using it with newer versions of Yosemite (actually I have the same problem described here).


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I'm an author of AwesomeCV. You can find \stackoverflow{SO-id}{SO-name} on LaTeX template. Use this command with two variables(SO-id, SO-name) to display your stackoverflow icon and url. P.S) Your profile link for stackoverflow is: http://tex.stackexchange.com/users/61689/mohamed-yakout Then, your SO-id is '61689' and SO-name is 'mohamed-yakout'. Good ...


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(1) After saving the .TEX file at the same directory copy the svjour3.cls and compile. (2) \newpage \bibliography{BibliographyFinal} \bibliographystyle{apa}


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If you really want to save time as a novice, you might want to fill this table online using the Table Editor by Peder Skeidsvoll. It looks like your table had been created in MS Word. There are many converters that work upon copied tables, but the way MS Word treats copied text is incompatible with them. Luckily, the copy function in MS Excel or OO/LO Calc ...


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A template1 is often viewed as something ready to use, even for beginners. For many, that is true. If you are a student at Princton University, you don't have to think about the title page, margins, line spacing etc. Somebody else did. Imagine the whole construct of a template is like a ready made house you can move in. You canot just change the tiling in ...


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This page suggests there is no specific template, just to use the article class, although it appears to be for the FEBS Journal instead of FEBS Letters: http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/journal/10.1111/(ISSN)1742-4658/homepage/ForAuthors.html#latexsub


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An other quite recent style is available here: http://mrzool.cc/tex-boilerplates/


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The way templates work in Latex is that it is a file called a .cls or class file. When you are defining your document you can select it instead of selecting a more common option like so. \documentclass[12pt]{article} % a more normally seen case \documentclass[12pt]{myschoolstemplate} % what you are looking for Inside those templates are commands and ...


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For detailed information about the properties and options of the elsarticle document class, I recommend you bring up a command window and type texdoc elsarticle and start reading the user guide for this document class. For sure, I would not specify the options final, 5p, and twocolumn. Instead, I would try \documentclass[times]{elsarticle} The ...


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I just added a sample code so that others can assist you further about this. \documentclass[a4paper,12pt]{article} \usepackage{hyperref} \hypersetup{colorlinks=true, linkcolor=red, urlcolor=blue} \usepackage[a4paper,margin=1.00in]{geometry} \usepackage{array,booktabs,siunitx,xcolor,colortbl} \usepackage{graphicx} ...


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There aren't many LyX users on here, and probably fewer who play with LyX layout files. I have done this before, and the general steps involved are: Find the Customising LyX: Features for the Advanced User document and go to section 5: Installing New Document Classes, Layouts and Templates. Section 5.2.3 talks specifically about .cls files. I highly ...



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