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Q. What is an ASCII format
A. ASCII (pronounced
"askee") is an acronym which stands for
"American Standard Code for Information
Interchange" and is used to describe
computers documents that are stored in clear text
format. This means an ASCII text document uses
the simplest form of text without any formatting
within the document. It looks plain but you're
guaranteed that your resume is readable no matter
how it is viewed. It is good to hvae an ASCII
formatted version of your resume application job
Use an ASCII resume when:
- Submitting to a Resume database via web forms.
- Posting to an Online job board.
- Inserting your resume in the message field of
an e-mail document.