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There's always Word and its resume wizards. They work, but personally I hate the Word resume layouts, they feel so templateish (is that a word?)

A quick look on VersionTracker didn't yield any results though.
 

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If you don't plan on using any graphic elements, TextEdit included in OS X could be used, and can output RTF and PDF files (anything can output PDF in OS X).
 

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If you simply want to know what a resume is supposed to look like, you might find this site is helpful.

I don't know of any OS X software designed especially for making resumes. In addition to MS Word and AppleWorks, I can also recommend a program called LetterWorks. See http://www.objectpark.net/letterworks.html

If you poke around the templates section of AppleWorks 6, and follow the Web links, you get pointers to these resume templates:

http://awpicts.apple.com/docs/US/templates_usletter/business/resume_a.cwk
http://awpicts.apple.com/docs/US/templates_usletter/business/resume_b.cwk
http://awpicts.apple.com/docs/US/templates_usletter/business/resume_c.cwk
http://awpicts.apple.com/docs/US/templates_usletter/business/resume_cover_letter.cwk

I hope that helps.
SMc
 
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