Frequently asked questions
When you are on the home page you click on ‘Create CV’. You will be asked to name your CV, and then you are ready to start.
First step is to select a template on the right side of the CV editor. You can choose between a number of templates. If you don’t like certain colours or shapes, no worries. You can easily adapt afterwards. Once you have the template we advise that you begin by filling in the data on the editing column. It’s the left side of the CV editor. Focus on inputting the right content first.
On the right column of the CV editing section you’ll find the ‘Export’ menu. Click on the arrow next to Export and chose the option PDF.
Of course, in the main page on the CV click on the ellipsis(…) button and choose duplicate.
When you are on the CV editor page, you’ll find two buttons on the top left, one is for dragging the boxes and the other is for resizing it. When you click on that button for resizing. To resize the box that needs adjusting hover your mouse on the bottom right of the box and It will highlight where you can drag to resize.
Yes it is! When you are on the CV editor page, you’ll find two buttons on the top left, one is for dragging the boxes and the other is for resizing it. When you click on that button for dragging. Hover over the box that you want to reposition and drag it to where you want.
Yes you can. On the top right you have two buttons one is for helpers the other one is for advanced styling. Click on the advanced styling button and you will be able to re-style your resume.
When you have chosen a specific colour in the colour picker a HEX value will show beneath it, that looks like #5053DAFF. You can now copy this value and use it in any other colour picker you need.
If there are sections that you do not want to show on your CV, in the editor page, on the left where the data shows, go to the section that you want to hide and click on the ‘eye’-icon this is used as a toggle button and if needed you can click on it to bring the section back.
Certainly! On the top right you have two buttons one is for helpers the other one is for advanced styling. Click on the advanced styling button. On the left side of the editor page where the data is located, a new menu will show up above each section which will allow you to customize each section separately?
CVToBe has been developed to be used in various ways, there is no right or wrong. You can choose whatever you prefer.
Demo data is designed to be used as an example so you don’t have to start from an empty cv. This way you have data to use as a reference.