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Unformatted text preview: information should go here. Also keep in mind that when indenting information you might create extra columns, so be aware of your column count. Here is an example of a resume section with three distinct columns. The first example has the columns marked in red so that you can see their placement. Purdue University B.A Professional Writing W. Lafayette, IN Graduation: 12/99 Purdue University B.A Professional Writing W. Lafayette, IN Graduation: 12/99 To create columns of text, you can use the table function in Microsoft Word to create vertical and horizontal placements for your information....
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