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From Doug <dmcgarr...@optonline.net>
Subject Re: How to put my resume file from email into the open office application and then send as a file I CORRECT MYSELF!
Date Wed, 09 Jul 2014 02:25:25 GMT

On 07/08/2014 10:07 PM, James Knott wrote:
> On 07/08/2014 10:03 PM, Doug wrote:
>> Perhaps I wasn't thorough, or perhaps we're at a misunderstanding.
>> Once you
>> have set the resume up the way you want it to look in OO, save it as a
>> .com as per Microsoft 1997~2003. Don't save it in .odf or anything
>> like that,
>> as there is a good chance that the intended recipient won't be able to
>> read
>> it. But everybody in the world can read MS .com 1997 vintage. anyway,
>> when you're done, just attach the OO document, saved as a .com, to the
>> email cover letter you're sending, and let the prospective employer
>> open it.
>>
>> In my editing chore, I do almost exactly that--I make all the
>> corrections and
>> formatting, save the file as .doc, and send it off to the publisher,
>> who then
>> uses a publishing program to make it fit the pages and columns of the
>> newsletter. His publisher app runs on an older Mac, but as I said,
>> everyone and
>> every machine can read MS .doc files from the turn of the 21st century.
>>
>> Have I missed anything?
> Yeah, what's .com?
>

I'm sorry. I meant to say*.doc*. What was i thinking of?
(When you start thinking Microsoft, you get confused!)
50 lashes with a wet noodle!

And just about all word processors for Linux or MS can save
in that 1997~2003 *,doc* format.
>


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