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>>I'm rather anal about consistent use of styles in Word. Surprisingly,
>>Hence, if you have a tendancy to use Word fast and loosely and are quick
>>with the Bold, Italic, and bullet buttons, hide that with a PDF.
>>Otherwise you'll be flamed (unknowingly).
My resume was initially created in Word 2.1a. In the dark ages. It's been on
There are styles, but if I'm trying to add a thought, or to make the resume
break in a specific place so that I'm emphasizing my work experience that
makes me a
desirable applicant for the job you're posting, I'm really doing a one-off
of my base resume.
Think about it.
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