Black n Orange Curriculum Vitae Template for PowerPoint

Black n Orange Curriculum Vitae Template for PowerPointFree clean, stylish and contemporary CV template for PowerPoint. Black and Orange color theme. Contains 2 pre-designed slides.

Resume/CV Template includes:

  • Premium-quality customizable Resume/CV (Easy to modify, fully editable: color can be changed)
  • 2 slides
  • Free Fonts Used: Calibri
  • Formats available: PowerPoint 2007-2013 (.PPTX)
  • Licence: Creative Commons Attribution-NoDerivs 3.0
  • Licence: Attribution-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported (CC BY-ND 3.0)

Slides included:

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Format(s) included: PPTX
Aspect ratio: 4:3
Size: 138 KB

7 Responses

  1. Raymond says:

    hi! i am raymond i just want to ask how to open the file in powerpoint,i already downloaded it…

  2. Raymond says:

    i got it….i just need a PPTX viewer….

  3. Zirk says:

    Hi, Raymond, yes, you need first to open the .RAR file and extract the PPTX document using Winzip, Winrar, etc. Then open the file with PowerPoint (ideally) or even OpenOffice Impress (free software) in order to edit it. Good luck!

  4. Oana says:

    Hey guys,
    Would you please tell me how can I remove the embedded links such as and which appear when opening the pptx?
    Thanks in advance!

    • Zirk says:

      @ Oana: Hi, these mentions are directly inserted in the Master slide (View > Slide Master). Cheers!

  5. Oana says:

    @Zirk, thanks! I managed to hide it from Design>tick Hide background graphics.
    The other issue I encountered was with the characters limit per section.
    If exceeded, it will automatically lead to section overlapping.
    I would like to know how can I prevent this from happening.
    I’m not a PPT champ. Therefore, I could use your suggestions 😀
    Thanks in advance! 🙂

    • Zirk says:

      @ Oana: actually I would say that the use of the CV templates are the ones that require minimum skills in PowerPoint. To fit exactly the content you’d like to put in, you need to move up/down manually the boxes (I wouldn’t advise to autofit the size of the text to the box as you would get some weird uneven graphic result…). Sorry I can’t help you more. Good luck!

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