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When someone needs a new resume, he or she either starts from scratch or searches the Web for a template. What they don't know is that access to free resume templates is hiding in plain sight in Word. All you have to do in Word is click New, look under Office.com Templates, and make your pick. Word then takes you to Office.com to download the resume to your computer.
The trickiest part of creating a resume is gearing it to a particular profession. For example, say you're a high school graduate who loves animals and wants to work as a veterinary tech. Or a military veteran transitioning to the private sector? Or just about any job-seeker looking to work in a profession. Here, too, Word can help out.
When you click the Jobs-specific resumes folder, you go right to the job-specific resume templates collection on Office.com. Scroll to find the resume you want. Look! There's the vet tech resume. Download it and save it to your computer, and replace the pre-populated information with your own, either by typing it in or copying and pasting from an existing resume.
You can find lots of good information elsewhere on Microsoft sites about resume prep, job hunting, interviewing, and more-it's kind of like having your own personal job coach, but it's free! Check out some of these links:
Career Center for job seekers
Resume tips by Kim Isaacs, director of ResumePower.com
Office casual: how to get your resume noticed by using the right keywords
Let Word be your resume professional
To me the online (Word) templates are one of the many keystrengths of Office 2010. A resume is one thing, but what if you're in the middle of some legal dispute and need to write an official complaint? No problem.
For almost any kind of correspondence you can find an online template so that you can get a good example as to what is commonly used.
Still, one resume related comment.. Although some of the online templates are very good one should never forget that applying your own specific additions and thus going outside the boundaries of "commonly used formatting" can sometimes give you that little edge to stand out from the rest and thus get noticed.