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Can anybody please tell me how to add .eps file on resume. I got 4 files
java_cert_web_comp_dev_cmyk.eps
java_cert_web_comp_dev_pms.eps
java_cert_web_comp_dev_b&w.eps
java_cert_web_comp_dev_cmyk.tif
Is there any software to use or eps looks same as tif???
Which file looks good...
 
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You should be able to display the tiff file using an image display app and select copy, and then paste it into your resume editing tool. If you are using Microsoft Word to edit your resume it should not be a problem, but it might even work in wordpad (which is free). I am on a Mac so I cannot see if paint handles a tiff, but there is freeware available on the net if your system does not have an appropriate image app.
 
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