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I would like to know what font type is used in this resume? And how do I reproduce it? It seems that the header is using some-kind of an Arial font, not sure what the sub header is.

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I also disagree with Alan. ;) The subheads are clearly American Typewriter Bold.

Hmm. Looking closely at the name, it's not Myriad either. You can tell by the "B" and "r". Doing a bit more digging.

EDIT: Definitive Answer

I opened up his resume, downloaded from his website, in Adobe Acrobat. He uses:

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I have to sincerely disagree with Alan here on the text font, which I'm quite sure is Palatino (or some variant), not Minion, which is more compact.

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Welcome to GD... did a quick throw in PS and Palatino matches up nearly pixel for pixel. –  Farray Aug 19 '11 at 18:09
Agreed it is absolutely Palatino. Very easy to tell from the "P" and it is a common font included with many Postscript printers and early Macintosh computers. –  ghoppe Aug 20 '11 at 0:02

The sans is Myriad Pro (tracked to open it up), which ships with Adobe suites.

The subheads are Clarendon or a close relative.

The text is Minion Pro, which also ships with Adobe suites.

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is it possible to get this fonts in microsoft word? –  Aditya Aug 14 '11 at 0:01
@Aditya sure. Googling for each font name shows you your purchasing options –  Pekka 웃 Aug 14 '11 at 7:00

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