How to make your resume look good in microsoft word. Use the left button on your mouse to click once on the file button. How to make bullet points easier to read. How to use microsoft words resume assistant to look for a new job. Lets take a look at how to create a unique and eye catching resume using ms word 2010.
Your name and contact information should appear prominently at the top of the page without exception. This video shows how to make a simple fast resume in microsoft word 2010 but the method and layout will work in just about any version of word. If your resume always comes out of word looking terrible then pay attention. Think of it as the personal letterhead at the top of your professional resume.
If your resume includes bulleted key accomplishment statements in your experience section you can help your achievements stand out on the page and make them easier for hiring managers to quickly skim by adding a bit of space between each bullet point. How to create a resume using microsoft word cont. Available jobs and how to apply for them. Thats whats going to make your first impressionso make sure it serves as a hook that makes the hiring manager eager to read more.
From there you can select new resume samples or resumes and cvs and look through the available templates. From there resume assistant and linkedin jump into the good stuff. Microsoft word resume design tip. 12 ways to make microsoft word documents look great.
It should stand out make a good first impression and gain. Move your mouse arrow up to the top left of the microsoft word screen to the file button. 2 a list of available templates for various types of word documents appears on the screen. 1 first open microsoft word click on the file menu and then click new to create a new document.
Look at your resume above the fold in other words take a close look at the top third of your resumethe part that will show up on the screen when the hiring manager clicks open on that pdf. The resume created in this video is flexible easy. Begin by opening up a new document in word by clicking on new from the file menu.