Saving to earlier versions of Word


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Saving to earlier versions of Word

- [Voiceover] You may find you need to save to an earlier version of Word in order for someone to be able to open on their end. Let's say that you have Word 2010 and they only have Word 2003. They can download a viewer, but you really would be better off sending it to them in a format that they can open. It's fast and it's easy, just keep in mind that you may lose some of the formatting when you're saving down. So you may have to do some tweaking. To save to Word 2003 format, you simply go up to File, do a Save As and then browse to the folder that you want to save it in.

A great way of keeping organized is to create a folder that contains all of the different versions of your resume in different file formats. You may want to create one folder to store your different versions and another folder by company name to store your targeted resumes. You may have one for references and then another for cover letters. It's very important to stay as organized as possible during your job search. So I'm...

Saving to earlier versions of Word
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Saving to earlier versions of Word provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Mariann Siegert as part of the Creating an Effective Resume

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