When writing your CV it is important to realise the objective of exactly what your intending to achieve. Remember your CV is your basic first impression to a potential employer. It gives you the opportunity to introduce yourself and to sell and market your skills as a means to progress to interview. In terms of presentation your CV should be written on a good quality paper and you should use a plain typeface in black ink. The inclusion of a footer with your name on is a good idea for quick reference for the reader, but the addition of borders is unnecessary and generally a waste of time.
There are many types of CV formats, but there is no need to over complicate things. Keep the layout simple. Your full name and contact details should be written at the top of the first page in a header preferably aligned to the right. You could then start with a personal statement which explains your positive attributes and abilities. Consider writing this section in bullet points or short sentences to avoid long confusing sentences. Long confusing sentences often cause the employer not to read the mass of information, so try and keep the statements brief and to the point. Remember that these sentences are your basic first impression to a potential employer, so they need to be right and need to make an impact.