I need to do this kind of layout on LaTeX, but I have no idea how I could wrap figures around titles. Does anyone know of any way to do this ? Or would someone happen to know a template to do just what you can see on the drawing I uploaded ?

Thanks a lot :)

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  • Package wrapfig, for example or doing it manually ;-)
    – user31729
    Apr 22, 2016 at 7:32
  • @Christian Hupfer Not sure the wrapfigpackage allow me to wrap arround sections, or at least I never used it this way. It never occured to me it could do just that. Do you know a template that resembles what I want to do ? Apr 22, 2016 at 7:37
  • There's not a 'template' for anything -- 'templates' are bad, in most cases
    – user31729
    Apr 22, 2016 at 8:00
  • I think my CV template is pretty good and it would have been a pain in the ass to learn to use the framework for 20 hours before getting my CV... So I think templates can be good. For this however, I think I'll try to use wrapfig, thanks Apr 22, 2016 at 8:49

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Use short titles so that the images don't show up in the table of contents. The macro \sectioncalc computers \titlewidth to be used for section titles. (The section number is not included.) A lot depends on how wide your titles are and how big the images (and how you want them placed relative to the titles). And you don't HAVE to use \maketitle.

The 16pt is a bit of a kludge, but none of the lengths I found in \section and \@startsection worked.



  \titlewidth=\dimexpr\textwidth-\titlewidth-16pt\relax}% \@tempskipa=18pt

  \hfill\parbox[c]{2in}{\textbf{This is a multiline title}}}}


\section[First Secdtion]{\sectioncalc\parbox[b]{\titlewidth}{First Section
\subsection{First Subsection}



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