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Anybody know where I can find relatively recent and high quality templates for making a resume in OpenOffice? When I google for templates I come across a few, some that are even for resumes, but most are really old, for version 1.1, and they all look pretty standard. Yall come across any that have a big "wow" factor?
I know and I thank you Michael, but like I said those 2 resume templates that are on that page are very old and they look boring. I would have thought that a huge application like that would have some kind of a 3rd-party template submission system, like Firefox has for third-party app developers, and it's disappointing to find out this isn't the case.
Distribution: Gentoo Hardened using OpenRC not Systemd
Has anyone found templates OO Writer Flyers? I've got to make dozens and dozens, and what I mean is that for each one of the dozen Flyers I create, they must be printed out several times as well. Thanks for the help and support.