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Christine Hueber Apr 18 '13 at 06:14 PM
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The function hiccups, Brett, and suggest you copy and paste your content into your profile.

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    Alfred Jassat Apr 24 '13 at 11:36 PM
    I want all my connections to view my resume
    Christine Hueber Apr 25 '13 at 11:12 PM
    Then use it to complete your profile, Alfred.

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    Brett Cook PMP Apr 18 '13 at 06:32 PM
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    Christine
    If you copy where do you paste it into, I do not see where to start with this
    Charles
    Are you referring to a website like Flicker?
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      Charles Caro Apr 18 '13 at 06:34 PM
      The website link you provide would have to be accessible by anybody wanting to view your resume, which would mean they should be required to login to access the file. If Flicker provides such accessibility for you, it would work.
      Christine Hueber Apr 19 '13 at 09:35 PM
      Click the blue Edit button and paste away, Brett.

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      Charles Caro Apr 18 '13 at 06:16 PM
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      If the "upload resume" feature is still available, it was intended as a "quick start" feature for new LinkedIn members wanting to rapidly complete their LinkedIn profile. In other words the "upload resume" feature used a resume to "fill" various parts of a LinkedIn profile, and the actual resume was never available as a link on the profile.

      You can use one of the three (3) website links available in the "Contact Info" section of your profile as a link to a copy of your resume available elsewhere on the web.
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        Donna Edwards May 15 '13 at 04:19 PM
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        How do I add my resume as an attachment to LinkedIn?
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          Christine Hueber May 17 '13 at 02:15 AM
          Click the + icon to the right of any section, Donna, and upload it.

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          Mary Proteau Jun 03 '13 at 06:09 PM
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          None of these is helpful. I want to delete the first item on my resume, edit it, and move to the LAST time on my resume. How do I do that?
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            Christine Hueber Jun 04 '13 at 10:49 PM
            Click edit and drag and drop your positions, Mary.

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