\fancyhf{} % clear all header and footer fields

% Adjust margins



% Sections formatting
}{}{0em}{}[\color{black}\titlerule \vspace{-5pt}]

% Custom commands
    \textbf{#1}{: #2 \vspace{-2pt}}

      \textbf{#1} & #2 \\
      \textit{\small#3} & \textit{\small #4} \\




I was able to remove bullet points by adding [] to


but I can't figure out how to remove bullet points on




Is there an easy way to remove just the bullet point and keep the heading? If so, please help me out! I am new to latex :(

  • Do you want to remove the bullet points for all resumeitems or just some of them? – TeXnician May 24 '18 at 6:35
  • I wish I could post what the pdf looks like, but to answer your question, pretty much all of them. resumeitem seems to have the main bullet point, and has sub bullet points, and I just want to get rid of the main one. – DKFeynmann May 24 '18 at 6:44
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    Does \newcommand{\resumeItem}[2]{\item[]{\small\textbf{#1}{: #2 \vspace{-2pt}}} help? – TeXnician May 24 '18 at 6:47
  • Thanks for your suggestion. Do I add that line onto the code, or do I edit one of the lines like that? – DKFeynmann May 24 '18 at 6:50
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    Just add [] within the definition you already have. – TeXnician May 24 '18 at 7:57

As you describe in your question you need to add [] to \item to remove the bullet points. Currently \resumeitem is a wrapper around \item; hence, you need to change the definition and add your fix.

This removes the bullet points:

\newcommand{\resumeItem}[2]{\item[]{\small\textbf{#1}{: #2\vspace{-2pt}}}
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