The resume computer skills section should itemize specific computer applications and may differentiate between proficient in and familiar with.
Be honest about your skill level!
“Proficient in” means you are well versed with a computer software program or application. “Familiar with” means you know the very basics and can use it. My experience has been that people who stretch the truth here often have it backfire if they are hired.
In most instances, the computer skills section should be near the end of the resume ahead of the education section. However, if you specialize in computer or information technology and are selling your computer expertise as a qualification to the job, the computer skills section should be in the beginning of the resume.
If feasible, I recommend you improve upon your computer skills. It will provide you a solid edge that most people still lack in this age of technology.
Examples of computer skills are: Microsoft Windows, Microsoft Office, Excel, Powerpoint, Word, Adobe Illustrator, SAP, Internet, etc….