# Changing tabular alignment in Friggeri CV

I'm actually dealing with the Friggeri CV. This template uses friggeri-cv.cls as class file. In this file you can find everything you need to customize the final CV.

The CV is divided in parts: structure, list environment, side block, super side block, super side NEW PAGE, bibliography. The structure and list environment use actually the tabular package.

I want to change the left indentation of the structure part, moving the whole part to the left. Here an image of what I tried to explain:

I would be grate to you guys if someone helps me.

Thank you, R.

EDIT: providing the MWE and the output

\documentclass[]{friggeri-cv}

\begin{document}

\begin{textblock*}{300pt}(30pt, 0.75pt)
\includegraphics[width=0.325\textwidth]{photo/picture}
\end{textblock*}

%-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
%   INTERESTS SECTION
%-----------------------------------------------------------------------------

\section{interests}

\textbf{professional:} bus taking, wall jumping  \\
\textbf{personal:} donuts eating

%-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
%   EDUCATION SECTION
%-----------------------------------------------------------------------------

\section{education}

\begin{entrylist}

%------------------------------------------------

\entry
{2009--2011}
{Master's Degree {\normalfont DEGREE}   {\small \textcolor{gray}{4/4}}}
{UNIVERSITY}
{\emph{{\small TITLE}}}

%------------------------------------------------

\entry
{2005--2009}
{Bachelor's Degree {\normalfont DEGREE}     {\small \textcolor{gray}{4/4}}}
{UNIVERSITY}
{\emph{{\small TITLE}}}

%------------------------------------------------

\end{entrylist}

%-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
%   WORK EXPERIENCE SECTION
%-----------------------------------------------------------------------------

\section{experience}

\begin{entrylist}

%------------------------------------------------

\entry
{2016}
{Office}
{New York}
{\emph{\textit{Post-lauream} internship to achieve} \\
Learned how..
\begin{itemize}
\item Able to
\item Able to
\item Able to
\end{itemize}}

%------------------------------------------------

\entry
{2013}
{Office}
{Boston}
{\emph{\textit{Post-lauream} internship regarding the} \\
Obtained tangible improvements in..
\begin{itemize}
\item Able to
\item Able to
\item Able to
\end{itemize}}

\end{entrylist}

%-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
%   AWARDS APPLICATIONS
%-----------------------------------------------------------------------------

\section{applications}

\begin{entrylist}

%------------------------------------------------

\entry
{2012}
{Achieved scholarship for}
{ORGANIZATION}
{description}

%------------------------------------------------

\end{entrylist}

\end{document}


2nd EDIT: adding part of the .cls in order to accomplish the tabular spacing

%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
% List environment %
%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%

\setlength{\tabcolsep}{0pt}
\newenvironment{entrylist}{%
\begin{tabular*}{\textwidth}{@{\extracolsep{\fill}}ll}
}{%
\end{tabular*}
}
\newcommand{\entry}[5]{%
#1&\parbox[t]{12.5cm}{%
\textbf{#2}%
\hfill%

• The thing is, you say you are working with friggeri.cls, but because everybody is allowed to alter it, we have different versions of friggeri template all over the place. That is why even the C-Commons people say: Don't use a CC liense for software. And any free license like GPL or MIT or Apache is nice for software developers, but a real nightmare for LaTeX helpers, as a LaTeX class file isn't really software but defined layout and macros provided. That is why LaTeX has its very own LPPL. – Johannes_B Nov 10 '16 at 17:07
• I'm sorry, but does the package load geometry? If it does, changing the tabular material is probably hacking a 'fix' into place that fights against more global settings rather than simply fixing the global settings. – jon Nov 10 '16 at 23:15
• This line, \begin{tabular*}{\textwidth}{@{\extracolsep{\fill}}ll} in fact shows that the tabular is designed to take up the entire textwidth, which is set by geometry, either explicitly or implicitly. Therefore, you need to modify geometry` (or the equivalent). – jon Nov 10 '16 at 23:19