Using Microsoft Word In Your Job Search

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MicrosoftWordResume.pngMicrosoft's website has a great page on how to use Word 2002 and 2003  to create cover letters, resumes and letters of acceptance which you can find by clicking here.  Templates for these documents are covered as well as tips on which ones are appropriate in your job search.  And if you want to impress a potential employer with knowledge of Word 2010, as well as using it in your search, click here and here.  Good luck!

(BTW This site offers an online tutorial of Word 2002 & 2003.  And here's one on the 2010 version.)

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This page contains a single entry by Ed published on May 16, 2011 12:28 PM.

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