Onepage

A onepage is a short, one-page document, sometimes in outline form, which gives a brief overview of a topic. Onepages are made to get information across in a brief, yet concise manner. The most popular type of onepage is the résumé, in which job applicants outline their qualifications for a position in a, usually one page, document.


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Robert Bennet Forbes - Pamphlets and Other Writings
... http//books.google.com/books?id=TDEaAAAAYAAJ pg=PA46 dq=lintin+ship num=100 cd=9#v=onepage q=lintin%20ship f=false ... dq=inauthor%22Robert+Bennet+Forbes%22 num=100 cd=10#v=onepage q f=false ... printsec=frontcover dq=inauthor%22Robert+Bennet+Forbes%22 num=100 cd=1#v=onepage q f=false ...
Catherine Ryan Hyde - Bibliography
... dq=inauthorCatherine+inauthorRyan+inauthorHyde cd=1#v=onepage q= f=false ... cd=3#v=onepage q= f=false ... printsec=frontcover dq=inauthorCatherine+inauthorRyan+inauthorHyde cd=4#v=onepage q= f=false ...
Web Metabrowsing Applications
... Onepage.com and Octopus.com offered more sophisticated systems for combining not just entire Web pages but bits and pieces of different pages into a new "combo ... Onepage received $25 million in venture capital funding ... Sybase acquired Onepage in 2002 changing the service from an end user oriented business model to an enterprise-driven concept ...
Edward Tullidge - Publications - Articles
... http//books.google.com/?id=UCqgAAAAMAAJ pg=PA209#v=onepage ... pg=PA351#v=onepage ... http//books.google.com/?id=JpsTAAAAYAAJ pg=RA1-PA144#v=onepage ...