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I am using an online template to create my resume.

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In my technical skills, I want it to be the same as experience, but without the instutition, the degree, the location, and date.

The code is as follows:

\begin{cventries}
\cventry
{Degree} % Degree
{Institution} % Institution
{Location} % Location
{Date} % Date(s)
{ % Description(s) bullet points
\begin{cvitems}
\item {Point 1}
\item {Point 2}
\item {Point 3}
\item {Point 4}
\end{cvitems}
}
\end{cventries}

If I just want the points, I change my code to the following:

\begin{cventries}
\begin{cvitems}
\item {Point 1}
\item {Point 2}
\item {Point 3}
\item {Point 4}
\end{cvitems}
\end{cventries}

but then my text size becomes like this, way bigger:

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I don't want all the extra cventry stuff, and so after I remove it, I still want the text size to be the same as before. The text size of the points should not be altered.

The template I am using:

https://www.latextemplates.com/template/awesome-resume-cv

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First way)

Try to place cvitems inside \descriptionstyle. This is how cventries environment uses the cvitems as shown in your cventry definition.

Code:

\cvsection{technical skills}

\begin{cventries}
{\descriptionstyle{
\begin{cvitems}
\item {Point 1}
\item {Point 2}
\item {Point 3}
\item {Point 4}
\end{cvitems}}
}
\end{cventries}

Second way) Just try to give the \cvitems inside an empty \cventry but then you have to add the vspace manually like:

\cvsection{technical skills}\vspace{-4.0mm}

\begin{cventries}
\cventry
{}
{}
{}
{}
{
\begin{cvitems}
\item {Point 1}
\item {Point 2}
\item {Point 3}
\item {Point 4}
\end{cvitems}
}
\end{cventries}

If you don't like the result of first way (because it will probably change the margins use the second way)

Result:

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