[OS X TeX] Indented lists

Keith Knipling k-knipling at northwestern.edu
Sat Jan 28 17:53:16 EST 2006

Yea, I looked at currvita, curve, and CV, but decided I liked the  
output best if I formatted it myself.

I also want to keep it simple (i.e., avoid another package) since the  
CV does not always stand alone. It goes in the back of my  
dissertation, for example.

On Jan 28, 2006, at 7:08 AM, Gerrit Glabbart wrote:

> At 20:44 Uhr -0600 27.01.2006, Keith Knipling wrote:
>> I am hacking a resume document for preparing my CV. I have defined  
>> each section as its own environment, containing essentially list  
>> data. Here is an example of a defined environment (what would go  
>> in the preamble:
> [snip]
> I'm afraid I'm not at all proficient enough to help you with your  
> hacking -- but have you tried Axel Reichert's currvita package?  
> It's part of teTeX, quite well documented, and does offer some  
> control over alignments, spaces, etc.
> Definitely worth a look!
> Cheers,
> Gerrit.

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