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  • Revise Again, Proofread and Edit
    Revise Again Proofread and Edit R evise your CV as needed based on feedback you receive from readers Then edit and proofread your CV carefully Proofread check format consistency and be sure to use an active voice with carefully chosen specific language Editing checklist Proofread Get another pair of eyes to review your work as well Be consistent with the document s organization capitalizing italicizing bulleting etc Make sure your

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  • Links to Other Resources
    Understanding Audience Look at Other CVs Start Writing Your First Draft Revise Your Draft Get Feedback from a Reader Revise Again Proofread and Edit Links to Other Resources Resources Print Friendly Format About this Guide Contributors Citation Curriculum Vitae Links to Other Resources Information About Writing a CV About com Quintessential Careers Links to Sample CVs Quintessential Careers Academic Samples Business Science Arts Medical Previous Introduction Tweet HELP SITE INDEX

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  • Writing for the Web
    of resources is designed to support and help writers who want to design and code Web sites as well as understand how to write effective and interesting content for them Writing for the Web Category General Document Design Show Descriptions Writing Guides Designing Documents Using Figures Designing Documents Using Tables Desktop Publishing Tweet HELP SITE INDEX ABOUT THIS SITE CONTACT Writing CSU is an open access educational Web site supported

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  • Writing for the Web
    is designed to support and help writers who want to design and code Web sites as well as understand how to write effective and interesting content for them Writing for the Web Category Publishing Your Writing Show Descriptions Writing Guides Online vs Print Publishing Publishing Your Writing Writing Activities Analyzing a Target Publication Tweet HELP SITE INDEX ABOUT THIS SITE CONTACT Writing CSU is an open access educational Web site

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  • Types of Figures
    Readers General Guidelines Displaying Figures Commonly Asked Questions Resources Print Friendly Format About this Guide Contributors Citation Designing Documents Using Figures Types of Figures F igures include graphs equations photographs line art drawings maps and other visuals Keep in mind that Figures provide a snapshot view of information For more information explore the following pages Bar Graphs Line Graphs Pie Charts Scatter Plots Photographs Line Art Maps Previous Continue Introduction

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  • Bar Graphs
    Graphs you can provide a highly visual presentation of data Use Bar Graphs when you want to present data to numerically challenged readers Guidelines Keep in mind that Bar Graphs often work well for more general audiences When preparing Bar Graphs use bars for discrete categories and follow these guidelines Avoid 3 dimension bars Keep bars same width Keep scales simple Place labels near or in bars Make bars visually

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  • Line Graphs
    Commonly Asked Questions Resources Print Friendly Format About this Guide Contributors Citation Designing Documents Using Figures Line Graphs L ine Graphs exist in scientific technical and business publications showing trends in data such as growth or changes Guidelines For simple Line Graphs Use Line Graphs for continuous data Show key points along horizontal axis Limit the number of lines Make the lines distinct Label lines carefully Use proportionate axes Previous

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  • Pie Charts
    chart effectively displays the proportion of the parts of a whole For instance a pie chart can visually display the percentage of men and women in Congress during a particular session Guidelines Keep in mind that Pie Charts often work well for more general audiences When preparing Pie Charts follow these guidelines Labeled each slice of the pie chart Place the number or percentage under the corresponding label Avoid clutter

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