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The first step in creating a resume is to determine the information you need and a layout to use for said information. A ...
free resume template is a good place to start. We'll show you how to download a free resume template in Microsoft Word and how to identify the information you'll need to complete it. We also show you how to change the Theme used to format your text and work with colors and fonts to make your resume stand out.
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Hello, I'm Helen Bradley. And in today’s Butterscotch Tutorial were going to see how to make a resume in Microsoft Word. We’ll start by clicking the office button and click new. From the template list down the left of screen were going to select resume and CV’s and then in the middle of the screen we’ll select basic resume. And the resume that I've chosen to use because it works very well in Microsoft Word 2007 is these resume modern two. Click it to select it and click down load. If you're prompted to enter license information you’ll need to complete that before you can down load. The resume template has been designed inside the table that’s why you're seeing dash and grid lines around the screen don’t worry about this because they won’t print later on.
Take a little time to familiarize yourself with the layout of the template. Also have a look at the kind of information that you're going to need to insert to complete it. You'll need to gather up that information so that you're ready to type it. For now were going to type two things into this resume. Were going to click and type our name and were going to type our street address at the top of the screen here. To do that you'll click and drag over all of the information in the top row of the table. Press the DELETE button that deletes the information and now you can type your own detail in its place.
You'll need to type your street address, you're phone number and your email address. Before we go ahead and add some more details to the resume lets have a look at the theme that’s applied to it. Click the PAGE LAYOUT tab and here are the themes that can be applied to this document. Click button, this themes can be seen if you hold your mouse button over anyone of the themes. When you do so you'll see that the colors change as the fonts. It's a little hard to see them here but you should get a raise some ideas to one which may suite your needs. When you find it click it, if it's still not the one that you want go back and select themes again and try a different one.
If the text and things looks fine but you prefer different colors then select the different colors scheme from the theme colors list, again when you hold your mouse over any of these themes the document underneath changes. So that you can preview the theme colors, when you find one you like click on it. You can also change the fonts click the theme font drop down list and preview the fonts that can be applied to your document, when you find a font combination you like click it to select it.
So far we’ve downloaded the template from the internet we’ve typed a few details into it and we’ll change the theme, the theme colors and the fonts use in the document. Now it's time to go ahead and to enter all our data into our resume.