To copy and paste a resume, first highlight the text of your resume. Then use the keyboard shortcut Ctrl + C to copy the text. Next, click the destination where you would like your resume pasted, and press Ctrl + C to pa... More »

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A soft copy of a resume is the electronic version. Most employers want to have a Microsoft Word version since it is the most popular software used by businesses. Having an electronic version makes it easier to archive, a... More »

A printable resume is a resume that is printed to provide a visual marketing piece, whereas an electronic resume is submitted online via email or posted to Internet job boards. Printable resumes are generally in a physic... More »

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To use a resume template, open Microsoft Word and select the File tab. From the drop down menu, select New and a list of templates appears. In the office.com templates section, select Resumes and CVs, which provides you ... More »

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To use the copy and paste functions in Windows 7 or newer versions, open the context menu by right-clicking on the content, select the Copy option, navigate to the desired location, and then use the Paste option. Alterna... More »

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To use the resume template functionality in Microsoft Word 2010, select the desired option in the Office.com Templates section and create a new file by downloading and opening the template. Once you finish modifying the ... More »

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Microsoft Word has built-in keyboard shortcuts and menu options for wrapping text. Text can be wrapped around a picture, a drawing object and a table. Wrapping text is one method of aligning text. More »

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