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I can not figure out how to add a neww heading to an exsiting resume, unless
i create a new resume.
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Did you try copy and paste and then replacing the old text with new?

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I can not figure out how to add a neww heading to an exsiting resume, unless
i create a new resume.


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Not being able to see your resume and not having the slightest idea of how
you created it, it is impossible to give you much assistance. But I would
start by toggling on the ShowAll command (Ctrl+Shift+8) so that you can see
what you are trying to do. For instance, you may find you're trying to add a
title in the middle of a table and that you need to split the table first.

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I can not figure out how to add a neww heading to an exsiting resume,
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i create a new resume.


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Resumes are just tables. Turn on the gridlines - that will probably show you
what you need to see to add your information.

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I can not figure out how to add a neww heading to an exsiting resume,
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If you created the résumé using a Microsoft-provided template, it's probably
set up as a table. So that you can see what you're dealing with, display the
table gridlines (Table | Show Gridlines). Then select the row(s) below where
you need to insert new content, right-click, and choose Insert Rows. You may
need to insert more than one row (or copy/paste rows) to get the desired
formatting, especially if you are not familiar with the use of styles.

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unless
i create a new resume.



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