To make an order you have to choose the product you are to purchase by clicking “BUY NOW!” button.
Add your email address and credit card details or checkout with PayPal. All European Union buyers will have VAT (value-added tax) added to the final price, as it is demanded by law in these countries for all digital purchases.
As soon as your payment goes through, you will get a download link screen and you can view your files by clicking on “View product” and then, clicking on “Download”. Also you will receive an email sent to your inbox.
Download 0 – Readme-first.pdf and Resume Template.zip files to your computer.
Open 0 – Readme-first file and read carefully (before editing install the fonts and don´t use different software to edit the files).
Double-click to UNZIP Resume Template.zip.
Open your resume in Microsoft Word or Apple Pages, go to A4 or US Letter files and replace dummy text with your resume content – and remember to save it!
Also save your resume as a borderless PDF file to upload/email to potential employers.
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