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Free templates make desktop publishing projects so much easier which is why this Bright Hub channel is dedicated to locating so many specific types available online and giving you the concise directions to make them work for you. Customizing the resume templates for recent college graduates take all the guess work out of designing and writing a fully functional entry level resume. It's just one of the quickest ways for you to build a resume that suits your objective and hopefully stands out once it’s filled with your education, personal information, work history, and all your awards/accomplishments. With this free template, it’s easy for the recent college graduate to build a successful resume because you will have the blueprint all laid out for you with what is standard for many different entry-level career paths. This article shows you exactly what you need to do to get this task finished.
If you’re unfamiliar with the usefulness of online templates, the gist is that the design, layout, and the areas to type in personal text is already done for you so that all you have to do is insert the appropriate information and tweak the font style and size to customize the template so you have it exactly the way you want it to look. In this instance, you’ll find boiler-plate headings and the space and format for work and education history all right there for you already. Moreover, the good thing about using Microsoft Word for this task lies in the fact that it’s an easy program to utilize and many of the procedures used in Word are already familiar to many. Just follow these simple instructions:
1. Go to resumetemplates.org and on the top left corner of the page, click on the 'J-Z' selection of resume templates.
2. Click on the 'recent graduate resume template' template offered.
3. The recent graduate resume template appears for your inspection.
4. Download the template into Microsoft Word by clicking on the download icon under 'Actions' on the bottom right of the page.
5. Follow the easy instructions to customize it once you open it up in Word.