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Subject:RE: Other handshakes? From:"Jochim, Rainer 3139 S-PP-RD-QA2" <Rainer -dot- Jochim -at- de -dot- heidelberg -dot- com> To:"TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com> Date:Wed, 30 Jan 2002 15:15:06 +0100
One reason to set up (or not to set up) a special template is time economy.
It does make sense to invest in work preparation if you re-use and maintain
A single-use flyer, however, does not have to be very sophisticated in its
inner document structure to look nice and to bring forward the
message/content. It just depends on how often you use and change your
(I'm a big fan of structured work though, and my standard business letter
template makes use of FrameMaker's conditional text settings. Did I mention
that I also use para tags? ;-)
> -----Original Message-----
> Mr. Ray wrote...
> > That said, I can think of at least 5
> > perfectly acceptable reasons for submitting a resume in Word
> > formatted without styles or with a preponderance of Normal
> > style or otherwise oddly.
> Let's hear your five reasons. It's been stated in this group that the
> use of styles represents a "best practice" for Microsoft Word. As an
> outed ResumeScrutinizer, I agree with this. However, I'm
> always ready to
> be convinced otherwise. DB.
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