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cullimore
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      16th May 2008
How do I add more "employment" experience without messing up the formatting
into the chronological resume template?
 
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Graham Mayor
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      16th May 2008
Word resumes are simply tables (Show Gridlines). Insert another row as
required.

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> How do I add more "employment" experience without messing up the
> formatting into the chronological resume template?



 
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