Resumes in Word

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These videos show you how to create a smart looking resume with or without a template. We’ll show how to quickly add your text to a template and a trick to save lots of time for those who don’t want to use a template. Also, a bit about using words in your resume to get it discovered online.

Inside this course:

Format a resume with a template (3:51)
Here’s how to download and use a template to create a sharp resume. We’ll show how you can cut and paste parts of your old resume and make the fonts and spacing look perfect.

Format using tables (3:44)
If you are formatting a lot of text, like in a resume, using a table looks odd, but helps you organize and align content very quickly.

Tools for better resumes (3:35)
We’ll show you how to add the right words in your resume so it can get discovered online. Plus some other tools for fine-tuning your resume with a thesaurus plus some other hints.

Course summary
A brief reminder of the key points in this course.

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Applies To: Word 2013



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