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Great free templates to help you build a winning resume.
There is nothing more frustrating than staring at a blank screen as you try to write your resume or CV. Fortunately, you don’t have to start from scratch. Microsoft offers more than 100 Excel resume templates you can download for free. You can find all of the templates, organized into three categories, here.

And here are two of my favorite resume templates:

Happy job hunting!

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Article comments

Pinyo says:

That’s a great resource. I have a resume that I have been updating for the past 8 years. I think I will take a look for some fresh ideas.

I like the way you put images along with information on excellent resumes.

Sophie Savin Nordlund says:

I like the variety of formats you suggest.

ahsannaveed says:

needs cv and resumes samples

lotfi grine says:

this great resource make’s me feel good

Lynn says:

Great article, very helpful 🙂 By the way, there are lots of resume building websites these days which are much easier. In addition, I don’t have to care about setting like margins, lines, and etc. Go look and find several templates you like. Thanks for your sharing!

Zirk says:

Lynn, I must agree… unfortunately most of the great resume templates can be edited with designer tools (Illustrator, InDesign…), and not with most common ones like MS Word or even with PowerPoint…