Two page bordered free CV template - CV Template Master

Two page bordered free CV template

A delightfully simple two page CV template that can easily be expanded if needed (although we wouldn't recommend you expand past two pages for the majority of positions). This template uses Open Sans which is free to download from Google here. You'll need to make sure you install the three required fonts first - Open Sans, Open Sans Light and Open Sans Semi Bold. The template looks particularly good when saved as a PDF for mailing out.

CV template details:

  • CV ref: #150
  • File size: 22kb
  • File format: .docx (Microsoft Word)
  • File name: Two-page-bordered-cv-template.docx
  • Fonts: Open Sans, Open Sans Light, Open Sans Semi Bold
  • Price: Free download
Two page bordered free CV template Overall rating: ★★★★★ 4.6 based on 50 reviews
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About this CV template:

This two page CV template has been created using tables, so it's super easy to customise and adapt. All of the sections are expandable or you can include less information and squeeze everything onto one page (as seems to be the trend). Like all of our CV templates, we've only used free fonts which are easy to download from Google fonts collection.

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Whoo-hoo! This is the 150th CV template in our collection – designed by our very own in-house team. Here’s a few points to note:

Download and install the free fonts first – Open Sans, Open Sans Light and Open Sans Semi Bold before you open up the template.

If you’re going to print this template, you’ll either need to use a decent printer (so the black block with the white lettering and the border looks good enough) or take it to the printer shop and get them to print copies for you. Alternatively, you could change the border and black box for soft grey like this:

CV template alternative

Thinking, gosh that looks good but no idea how you do that? Worry not – here is the alternative version for you to download. This will print a lot better if your printer isn’t super amazing. You can also get rid of the border altogether by going to the Page Layout tab in Microsoft Word and then choosing page borders – again this might work better if you don’t have the best printer.

With this CV template you can play around with the font, so you don’t HAVE to stick to our choice of the Open Sans font family. We think it looks really nice but we know some of you have other favourites, such as Times New Roman and Garamond.

Finally, please please please do leave us a review below if you like this template. We genuinely appreciate every single review we receive and we do our best to act on your feedback. If you’re feeling super generous, a share on Facebook would also be very appreciated – reviews, likes and shares all bring more people to us, which allows us to make more lovely free CV templates for you. Thank you for your support!

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    • Hi 🙂 The problem is that most employers expect a reference from your current role, and many job seekers won’t tell their employer they are hunting for a job until they’ve been offered a position. The last thing they’d want is for a prospective employer to ring up for a routine reference before the interview (especially if they don’t get the job). Of course, if you’re job hunting and not currently in work, it would be more appropriate to actually list your references – and these can be a way to impress prospective employers.

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