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May 25, 2021 May 25, 2021

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Hi,

I created my resume in MS word .docx and will convert it pdf.  On my MS Word, I have a "Save as Adobe PDF" button.  It looks like it saves the resume differently than when using the MS Word save as a PDF.  I want to save my resume in pdf so HR can read and print the file.  ALSO, when I upload my resume, I would like to have the employer's software be able to parse my resume and prefill their application form.

 

Question:  Which is the best way to convert and save my resume?  The options I see are:

  • restrict editing
  • convert document information
  • create pdf/A-1a:2005 compliant file
  • enable accessibility and reflow with tagged adobe pdf
  • Create bookmarks
    • convert word headings to bookmarks
    • convert word styles to bookmarks
    • convert word bookmarks
  • Convert comments

 

I am very new to this and am not sure which to check or uncheck.  Any advice would be appreciated.  I attached a pic to this post.  Thank you

 

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Create PDFs, Edit and convert PDFs, Standards and accessibility

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Use the default settings. It doesn't matter much for your purposes.

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