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Creating an On-line Resume Introduction With the advanced use of the electronic job-search it is becoming difficult to ignore the increasingly important role of the on-line resume Since computers are becoming increasingly user-friendly even those with relatively little computer experience are becoming familiar with this technique One eminent problem however is the question of how a user gets can get the information they need to the end they desire This page will focus on how to translate a current resume into one that is readily accessible for use in this type of a search I aim to overcome the problem that there are limitless ways of an employer request such resumes as an attachment as text format as html and still others limited the characters per line to 80 A solution is a resume done in html since anyone with web access can get it open - in most cases if the reader is getting your email they also have a browser installed The only problem that remains is that of the fonts you choose - the user may have different default fonts set Add a line Best read in xxx font - is there another way Method I went on to create an electronic resume to be either included or posted on the Web To do this I saved my resume which was in previously in Word format as html I inserted horizontal lines as well as targets and anchors Then I re-opened the copy of my resume that had been saved in word and saved it this time in text format I then changed the page layout from a contemporary design to a more standardized paragraph form Results AttemptResult Word to htmlWhen I changed my resume from Word to html formats the result was that I lost much of the formatting I had done since html does not support it To force my resume to essentially look
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