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Using a Template to Create a Resume WD 187
3
Press CTRL + END and then press the
DOWN ARROW key to position the
insertion point at the bottom of
the document in the last row.
Layout
tab
Delete
button
Delete
menu
Click Layout on the Ribbon to
display the Layout tab.
Click the Delete button on the
Layout tab to display the Delete
menu (Figure 3–58).
Delete Rows
command
4
Click Delete Rows on the Delete
menu to delete the row containing
the insertion point.
insertion
point
Figure 3–58
Other Ways
1. Right-click selected
rows, click Delete Rows
on shortcut menu
To Modify Text in a Content Control
The next step is to select text that the template inserted into the resume and replace it with personal information.
The name area on your resume may contain a name, which Word copied from the Word Options dialog box, or it
may contain the instruction, Type your name. This content control should contain your name. In this project, the
name is bold to give it more emphasis on the resume. It also uses the same color as the name on the cover letter.
The following steps modify the text in the content control that contains the job seeker’s name.
1
Press CTRL + HOME to position the
insertion point at the top of the
document.
transparent
Mini toolbar
name content
control text
selected
Click the name content control to
select it (if it already contains a
name, instead of the instruction,
Type name here, drag through
the name to select it). Then,
type Lana Halima Canaan as
the name.
Triple-click the name content
control to select its contents, so
that you can format the name
(Figure 3–59).
Figure 3–59
 
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