## LaTeX forum ⇒ Text Formatting ⇒ Format a CV template

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NickTheConqueror
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### Format a CV template

Hey guys, i'm trying to make a decent CV out of a template o found on overleaf, i learnt how to edit most parts of it to fill it out with my info but 2 or 3 things i can't figure and are driving me nuts. First i wanna make some letters a little bigger, the ones i "highlighted", also i'd to know how to change the colours of the orange letters on the rights, i'd like them on dark blue i think. And lastly and more importantly i wanna get rid of these obnoxious thingies on the bottom whose name i can't figure.

Here's a pic.

PDF https://mega.nz/#!gtFGkAIT!9x_EYzqo4fgbBgD2Yb089S32L-w7-FoM3E5WSPHFLS0

Any help will be much appreciated. Thanks in advance!

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Stefan Kottwitz
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Hi Nick!

So you use some code at Overleaf, and there are some issues. You can post your code here, so we might help with that. But without code I cannot tell anything. The screenshot just shows a snippet - no document class, no settings.

Stefan

NickTheConqueror
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Stefan Kottwitz wrote:Hi Nick!

So you use some code at Overleaf, and there are some issues. You can post your code here, so we might help with that. But without code I cannot tell anything. The screenshot just shows a snippet - no document class, no settings.

Stefan

Hey Stefan.

Here you have the pdf as well as the zip, thanks.
untitled.zip
untitled.pdf

NickTheConqueror
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Stefan Kottwitz wrote:Hi Nick!

So you use some code at Overleaf, and there are some issues. You can post your code here, so we might help with that. But without code I cannot tell anything. The screenshot just shows a snippet - no document class, no settings.

I found it, this is the command i was looking for \begin{tabular}{1\textwidth}{p{2.3cm} p{14.4cm}} & \larrow{bgcol} #4\[3pt] & \larrow{bgcol} #5\[6pt] \end{tabular} But now there's a new issue, each larrow correspond to 6 little arrows (of the 12 in the bottom) while i was hoping there be one command for every one of them, what i want is to keep the top 2, the ones under "Experiencia" or the last 4, any of that will do. But haven't found a way, it's either none or 6 minimum.