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How To Copy And Paste Your Resume

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How to copy your resume from one place (a word document or a website) and paste it into another (an e-mail, a website, etc.)
This was created for use by the Warren Public Libraries and their patrons, 2009.

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How To Copy And Paste Your Resume

  1. 1. HOW TO COPY AND PASTE YOUR RESUME (the beginner’s guide) 1. Open Microsoft Word by double-clicking (clicking twice) on the “W” symbol on the screen. 2. Go to the File menu in the top left corner. 3. Click once to open the menu. 4. Click the “Open” option. 5. A window will appear, asking where the file you wish to open is. 6. Find 31/2 Floppy (A:) or the letter of your removable flash drive. 7. The window will display all of the files that you are able to open. Find your resume, click on it once, and it will open. 8. Once your resume is on the screen, go to the Edit menu, also in the top left corner. 9. Click once to open the menu. 10.Click the “Select All” option. 11.Go to the Edit menu again, and select the “Copy” option. 12.Open the web site you would like to paste the resume to. 13.Click in the box where it asks for your resume. Go to the Edit menu again, and select the “Paste” option. HOW TO COPY AND PASTE YOUR RESUME (the advanced guide) 1. Open your resume in Microsoft Word. 2. Open the web site you need to paste the resume to. 3. With your resume on the screen, hit Ctrl and the A buttons on the keyboard. This will select all the text. 4. Hit Ctrl and the C buttons on the keyboard. This will copy all the text. 5. Go to the web site and click in the box. 6. Hit Ctrl and V buttons on the keyboard. This will paste the text.

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