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Open Microsoft Word.
Press the "File" menu or the colored “Office Button” on the top left of the screen.
In the window that opens , in the left pane scroll until you see “résumés”.
In the middle window, select “basic”.
In the right window click on “I Accept”.
In the middle window, click one time on a résumé.
In the middle window select different résumés to see how each will look.
When you find the résumé you want, double click it.
Save the file using the “Office Button » Save As > Word Document”.
Save it to “My Documents > Students”. If you do not have a folder in “Students”, then create a new one:
Save the document with a better name.
Objective:A full-time-time position working as an entry-level receptionist where my excellent customer service skills can be used and developed.
ORAn entry-level position that will allow me the opportunity to use my current skills and past work experience.
Experience:List all of your previous jobs (up to 10 years and under) and dates of employment. If you have never had a job, you may choose to write a functional résumé. A functional résumé focuses on your skills and experience. You can write a combination résumé that includes both your skills and experience along with your employment history.
Examples of Skills and achievements:
Education:Follow the outline on the résumé program and include the following info:
Name of the School
City / State of the School
Course of Study: GED, Computer Basics, workplace success skills, or other classes
On the résumé: References: Available on request
On the next or different page:
After proof reading and making corrections on regular paper printouts, use high quality résumé paper to print.