When you say resume db, I guess you have some Word documents and now want to know if it is possible to store and query them in SQL Server, right?
If so, you can store those files in an image column in some table. As you are on SQL2k you are able to full-text index that column and run queries against that column. For an introduction take a look at BOL for full-text catalogs, overview.
What will your front-end look like? Some kind of VB? If so, you can use the ADO Stream Object to store and retrieve your data quite easily.
Note, that there is no such thing as the Access OLE datatype in SQL Server. Access interprets the data and opens Word right away at a cost of massive storage oberhead. SQL Server only stores this binary data. All interpretation of it you have to do by yourself. But that's still better than using Access.