Here’s how you list Microsoft Office skills on a resume:
1. Think of the specific Office software you know how to use. This includes Microsoft Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Outlook, Access, OneNote, OneDrive, and/or Teams.
Put these Microsoft Office skills in your introduction or experience section if they’re highly relevant to the job you’re applying to. Otherwise, list them in your resume’s skills section.
2. If a certain Microsoft Office skill is highly relevant to the job you want, include details about your distinct expertise with that skill.
For example, if you’re applying for a data-related job, highlight Excel-specific skills in your experience section bullet points, like the ability to create pivot tables or use specific formulas.