Featured boxes CV template - free MS Word template download

Featured boxes CV template

Building on our previous lovely example CV template, the Featured Boxes CV template makes more extensive use of text boxes to showcase key achievements. In addition, we've included drop caps and some subtle styling to draw attention to your CV.

CV info:

  • CV ref: #123
  • File size: 56k
  • File format: .doc (Microsoft Word)
  • File name: Feature-boxes-CV-template.doc
  • Fonts: Times New Roman
  • Price: Free download
Featured boxes CV template Overall rating: ★★★★☆ 4.3 based on 8 reviews
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About this CV template:

Drawing attention to your CV for all the right reasons is the key to catching recruiters' attention. In this smart CV template, we've used a combination of subtle styling details, colour and a solid layout to ensure your information catches the eye of your prospective employer. Use the CV as-is or customise it to meet your needs and requirements - like all of our CV templates, it's really easy to edit.

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This is a great CV template to catch an employer’s eye – so what else can you do to make it your own? Here are our suggestions:

Add a border

Wouldn’t this CV template look fab with a border all the way round each of the pages? Try changing the colour of the border from black to soft grey for an attractive contrast. Click here to watch our video showing you how.

Change the blue

You can change the blue to a different colour if you like. Watch this video to show you how to change the fancy text boxes to a different colour (and manipulate other parts of the text box such as the border).

Add a picture

You could insert a picture above your details – but a better layout would be to align your details to the left and add your picture to the right. Watch our video showing you how to do this. Wondering whether it’s a good idea to include a photo on your CV? Read our article “Should I include a CV photo?” which looks at all the pros and cons of doing so, to help you decide.

Customise to the job

Remember, every CV and covering letter you send out should be customised to address what’s requested in the job specification. Need help writing your cover letter? Here’s a cover letter guide and examples.

Now you’ve got your perfect CV template set up, why not look at some job vacancies and start applying for your dream job?

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