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RDrew Convert Word Resume to Text for Posting on Web

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Steps to convert a MS Word document to text for posting a CV on the Internet

Steps to convert a MS Word document to text for posting a CV on the Internet

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  • 1. Cover Letters and Resumes
      • How do I convert my resume to ASCII (text)?
      • Open your formatted Microsoft WORD document
      • Convert ALL text to Courier 12 points
      • Remove any characters that ARE NOT on your keyboard including bullets and graphics
      • Replace bullets with asterisks or dashes
      • Left Justify all text including headings
      • Remove ALL tabs. Use manual spacing with the spacebar or carry information over to another line
      • Capitalize headers, name, and any other items that require distinction from the remainder of the text
      • On a two page resume, remove your name and page number – ASCII is considered as one continuous document
      • Change the left margin to 1” and the right margin to 2.5”. This allows for the systems accepting only 60-70 characters per line
      • Save AS “yournameASCII” and pick “TXT” as the document type
      • Proof read the ASCII resume document and email it to yourself to ensure accuracy
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