How To Make A Resume Using Microsoft Word?

Your resume is not a simple document where you list your education, work experience and other information about you. Your resume is an important promotional tool in which your potential employer or recruiter makes the first impression about you.

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Your resume is not a simple document where you list your education, work experience and other information about you. Your resume is an important promotional tool in which your potential employer or recruiter makes the first impression about you. This promotional tool should best reflect you with its layout and design as well as the information it contains. For this reason, the size, font, colors and placement of the articles in your resume are as important as the content. An eye-pleasing design will make your CV much more attractive.

Word has a number of templates for the resume and cover letter. You can access these templates by following the steps below:

1. Open the File menu in Word
2. Select New from Template. You will see templates that you can use for the new file.
3. Type CV in the search window. All CV templates in Word are sorted
4. Double click on the template you like
5. Enter your own information in the placeholder text

How to create new cv template in Word?

If you want to create a new template by playing on existing templates in Word, follow the steps above, choose a theme close to the template you want and click Create. Add, remove, or change any text, graphics, or colors, and then follow these steps:

1. Click on “save as template” from the file menu.
2. In the Save as box, enter the name you want to assign for the template you just created.
3. In the Where box, enter the location to save the template.
4. Choose the file format as Microsoft Word template (.dotx).
5. Click Save.

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