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Looking at the code the solution is {\fontspec[Path = fonts/lato/]{Lato-Bol}\selectfont\bfseries some bold text}


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Well, your question is not very clear, but your comments helped a little bit. The template you use is not the best, for example takes command \centering no parameter als wrongly used in the template. See my correction in the part for \namesection ... Your first issue is "to change Debarghya to Blue": The name is set by command \namesection so we have to ...


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You can patch the used class with the following lines in your preamble of your cv: \usepackage{etoolbox} \patchcmd{\namesection}{\rule{\paperwidth}{0.4pt}}{\rule{\paperwidth}{0pt}}{}{} Based on the templates example cv you have then the complete code: %%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%% % Deedy - One Page Two Column Resume % LaTeX Template % Version 1....


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Well, you can use environment itemize with some options, because you called already enumitem like this: \begin{itemize}[% <===================================================== noitemsep,nosep, leftmargin=0pt, labelsep=2pt, itemindent=0pt, labelwidth=* ] An better result you would get with the following lines, but then you get an odd warning ...


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To run/compile a .tex document on a computere native instead of on online services such as Overleaf you need two things: A IDE (Integrated development environment) or a text editor. Full list over popular editors at this link. TeXstudio is an IDE and will work fine. You could even use Windows notepad, it does not matter as you are only writing pure text. ...


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Well, the best way to get what you want is to redefine command \namesection, for example like this: \renewcommand{\namesection}[7]{ % Defines the command for the main heading \flushleft { \fontsize{40pt}{60pt} % Font size \fontspec[Path = fonts/lato/]{Lato-Lig}\selectfont #1 % First name font \fontspec[Path = fonts/lato/]{Lato-Lig}\selectfont #2 % Last ...


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The LaTeX template creates a two-columned look by constructing a "title block" and two minipages making up the "two columnar blocks". Since minipages form unbreakable blocks, they will spill over to/be placed on the next page if there isn't enough room on the current page. The introduction of a line break does exactly that: it makes the minipages not fit on ...


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The line present below the name and address is a part of the basic structure of the program and thus you need to refer to the Commands.cls file. You may note that there are 2 files: Commands.cls & Main.tex and a folder: fonts present by default. In the Commands.cls file, find the block of code that begins with a comment Name Command. You need to make ...


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Just use \node[...] at (0,0) everywhere (or leave out at (0,0) altogether) \documentclass[]{deedy-resume-openfont} \usepackage{fancyhdr} \usepackage{blindtext} \usepackage{enumitem} \usepackage{tikz} \usepackage{varwidth} \usetikzlibrary{shapes,snakes} \usetikzlibrary{shapes,arrows,backgrounds,positioning} \pagestyle{fancy} \fancyhf{} \begin{document} \...


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Customizing a template is like changing the melody while singing karaoke. It is a pointless endeavour. Nevertheless, the simplest but hackiest way to avoud uppercasing would be to add the following to the preamble. No change of the class needed. \renewcommand{\uppercase}{} If anybody should be interested in the impact of the template Deedy confusion


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As @Fran answered. it will be solved by removing \uppercase from deedy-resume-openfont.cls. % Subeadings command \titleformat{\subsection}{\color{subheadings} \fontspec[Path = fonts/lato/]{Lato-Bol}\fontsize{12pt} {12pt}\selectfont\bfseries\uppercase}{}{0em}{}


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You can use the features of package textpos like this: \begin{textblock}{30}(80,1) certain text content \end{textblock} which gves us:


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