Ikebukuro Elegant Resume Template

Free Word template Free editable presentation template

Ikebukuro is a free elegant resume template. One-page clean and simple resume template. Minimal yet effective and modern layout. Well-organized, table-formatted, this resume template is also very easy to edit and customize with MS Word.

Six different color options are available: blue, gray, green, orange, purple, and red.

Tip: if none of the color versions suit your needs, you could still edit very easily and customize the resume with your own colors.

The package includes Microsoft Word files in International A4 and US/Canada Letter sizes.

Main features:

  • Single page resume template
  • 2 aspect ratio: A4 (210×297 mm) & US Letter (8.5×11 in) paper size
  • 6 attractive color versions
  • ID photo placeholder ready
  • Fully editable
  • Professional and well-organized
  • Built with tables: perfectly aligned typography, easy to adjust and quick to customize
  • Print-ready
  • Only FREE Fonts used

Resume templates coming with 6 pre-designed color styles:

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Well-organized, table-formatted and fully editable elegant resume template:

Ikebukuro Editable Elegant Resume Template for MS Word

Files included in the package:

  • 12 Microsoft Word (version 2007 or above) Files – DOCX
  • 12 Full Preview Files – PDF
  • Readme File – PDF

Uses free fonts*:

  • Calibri (System Font)

* this resume is designed with the fonts above; for an optimal result, install these fonts first, and then open the DOCX file.

Customization steps:

  1. Download main ZIP file & extract the files (for e.g. using Winzip, Winrar…)
  2. Install required fonts if necessary
  3. Open the DOCX file and Start editing / customizing
  4. Save file as PDF
  5. Email / Upload or Print it on any printer
Elegant free resume template

Download the MS Word elegant resume template for free!

Format(s) included: DOCX
Aspect ratio: A4, US Letter
Size: 2.4 MB

11 thoughts on “Ikebukuro Elegant Resume Template”

  1. Like most of CVs available in the website, when you look at it you don’t know what is the scope of skills of the applicant… It’s hugely missing a CV title.

    • Hi Gary, thanks for the valuable comment. We will do our best to take your input into consideration for our next releases. Not 100% sure what do you mean by “CV title”, but you probably can adapt the job title to whatever you want… Cheers

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