New Information means a revised suggestion…
Designing it on the page itself would mean replicating all the information in two places or more, as the cv is also used in word format and needs to be updated regularly and formatted for different purposes. It is an artist’s cv, not a professional one, so incorporates a running list of exhibitions, articles, and so forth updated more or less monthly.
Could you eliminate the Word step? What you are describing is a website, a blog. Use Sparkle as your first step where you format. Sparkle’s text formatting is one of its strengths. Create sections for exhibitions, articles, and other information and now you have a web page/blog. Add the download button for the PDF version. A PDF can be created by previewing the web page and exporting as a PDF in the web browser.
If the different formats you need are used consistently then create a separate page for each version.
You don’t have to show all versions on the web, you can hide as needed from the menu. Each page would still have its own link you can distribute as needed. I create these for artists, art galleries, photographers, and musicians who have constantly changing information and multiple distribution needs to diverse audiences.
The benefits of this workflow is it streamlines your workflow, enhances the presentation of the artist, and ensures the audience they have the most current information.