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I am trying to edit my resume that I had created in LaTeX. It was working fine a few days ago, but now I am getting the error "Argument of \cvdoubleitem has an extra }" when I try to compile. The block of code follows--the third line is the specific one that the error is popping up on. But I can't figure out what the extra } is.

    \section{Computer skills}
    \cvdoubleitem{Solid Works}{}{Microsoft Word}
    \cvdoubleitem{ImageJ Analysis}{}{Microsoft Excel}
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  • \cvdoubleitem takes four mandatory arguments and one optional argument (defaults to .25em). Here's the syntax: \cvdoubleitem[spacing]{header1}{text1}{header2}{text2}. So, perhaps you want \cvdoubleitem{Solid Works}{}{Microsoft Word}{} \cvdoubleitem{ImageJ Analysis}{}{Microsoft Excel}{}?
    – Werner
    Jan 5, 2017 at 19:45
  • That worked, thanks! I must have lost one of the {} sets in my copying and pasting of code.
    – Mel
    Jan 5, 2017 at 20:19
  • I've converted my comment into an answer.
    – Werner
    Jan 5, 2017 at 20:21

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\cvdoubleitem takes four mandatory arguments and one optional argument (defaults to .25em). Here's the syntax:

\cvdoubleitem[spacing]{header1}{text1}{header2}{text2}

So, perhaps you want

\cvdoubleitem{Solid Works}{}{Microsoft Word}{}
\cvdoubleitem{ImageJ Analysis}{}{Microsoft Excel}{}

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