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How to Attach a New Template to a Word 2007 Document

All Word 2007 documents have templates attached to them. Choose the template when the document is first created or you just create a new document, in which case the NORMAL.DOTM template is used. You can [more…]

How to Modify an Existing Template in Word 2007

You can modify a Word 2007 template in two ways: You can either make changes directly in the template, or you can modify it indirectly by making changes to a document that is based on the template. The [more…]

How to Start a Word 2010 Document by Using a Template

All documents in Word 2010 are based on a template. When you don’t specify a template, Word uses the Normal document template, NORMAL.DOTM. Word comes with a host of templates already created, as well [more…]

How to Create a Template Based on a Word 2010 Document

Rome wasn’t built in a day, but building your own Word 2010 document template can take even less time. You can easily create a Word template based on a document you’ve already slaved over. So, when the [more…]

How to Use an Existing Word 2010 Document as a Template

A quick-and-dirty way to create a Word 2010 template is to basically steal an existing Word document, using it as a template. All text from the document is sucked into the new document, plus any styles [more…]

How to Attach a Template to a Word 2010 Document

Word 2010 documents have templates like people have last names. Mostly, the Word documents are born with their templates. You either choose the template when the document is first created or just create [more…]

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