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CV Templates

How do I install fonts?

All fonts used are available free, with download links provided with each template. Fonts must be installed prior to opening the template to ensure the formatting displays correctly. To install, click the links provided and then follow the instructions below:


Windows 8/10
• Open the ZIP file and extract the font
• Double-click the font
• Click Install from the preview window.

Windows 7 & Vista
• Open the ZIP file and extract the font
• Double-click the font
• Select Install.

Windows XP, Windows 98 & Windows 95
• Open the ZIP file and extract the font
• Copy & Paste the fonts into the Fonts Folder, usually found in:
C:\Windows\ Fonts

• Open the ZIP file and extract the font
• Double-click the font and it will open FontBook
• Press ‘Install Font’ (bottom-right of the window) to install the font.
• Important: You MUST restart your computer before re-opening the template.
• If the font is not showing in Word, open FontBook and drag the font into the ‘Computer’ section on the right before restarting your computer.

The font download link isn’t working

All fonts used in our CV templates are available for free on the internet. If a link is not working for any reason, simply Google the font name listed in the PDF file included with your template to find an alternative source. 

I can’t open the document

All templates are in .docx format and are compatible with Microsoft Word (Windows and Mac OS X) versions 2010 and above. Check that you have a compatible version. If you don’t, a free trial is available on the Microsoft website.

How do I copy my CV content?

To retain the correct fonts and formatting when you copy your CV content over, simply do the following:

  1. Copy the text from your current CV using Ctrl+C or Edit > Copy
  2. In the new CV, click anywhere in the area you want to put your text
  3. From the ‘Edit’ menu, choose ‘Paste and Match Formatting’
  4. Your copied text will now match. Delete the original placeholder text.
The formatting looks out of alignment

If elements (text, lines, shapes etc.) are out of alignment when you open the document, this is due to Microsoft Word layout settings that vary from computer to computer and is outside of our control. Simply refer to the Preview PDF file included with your package in order to move any elements back to their correct position.

When sending your CV to employers, always send them a PDF version to ensure all the formatting stays exactly as it looks on your computer. To create a PDF, choose File > Save As > PDF.

How do I increase/decrease the size of sections?

Click the ‘Layout’ tab, then select ‘View Gridlines’. You are then able to see the complete layout of all sections. These can then be adjusted by clicking and dragging the lines.

The coloured background isn’t showing when I save as PDF

To ensure the coloured background saves, do the following before saving as a PDF:

Mac OSX:
Click the Word Menu > Preferences > Print > select “Print background colours and images”

On the File menu, click Options.

On the Display menu, click to select the Print background colors and images check box under Printing Options, and then click OK .


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