Re: T-letter, a good, good, thing.
I'm seriously thinking that the solution is to use HTML as the source format, not Word. Wacky.
Why not just post PDF created directly from the Word source. It can still be hyperlinked, if that's important (though I'm pressed to think why), and it prints much more nicely than HTML!
Because 100 out of 100 recruiters and HR people reject PDF résumés. That's why.
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