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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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With latexmk you could use latexmk *.tex from a command line if you have all and only the files you need in one directory. (Something like this probably works with other tools too.) To answer the question raised in the comments: each of the files will need to include the template, e.g. with \include. using '*.tex' will also run latexmk on the template if ...

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The simplest way for modifying the phrase is to add a couple of lines to the .tex document. I'll take the example document as a basis, you find the change between self-explaining comments: %% ---------------------------------------------------------------- %% Thesis.tex -- MAIN FILE (the one that you compile with LaTeX) %% ...

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