A word template is a style guide for Microsoft word documents with pre-defined styles, formatting, headers, footers, macros and boilerplate text, in addition to dictionaries, toolbar, and Auto Text entries.
Word templates ease the process of creating documents of similar style, as users have to focus only on the content of the document, while the document styling and formatting is automatically taken care. Thus word template improve work productivity.
A word template can either be created from scratch or any existing word document may be used to quickly create one.This tutorial is on how to quickly create a word template in Microsoft Office Word 2007.
How to quickly create a word template?
- Open any word document you wish to use as a template
- Select Office Orb (on top left corner) >> Save As >> word Template or press F12 to do a Save As and choose Word Template against Save As Type option
- In the Save As dialog box, navigate to the templates folder (the path is generally C:\Documents and settings\user name\Application data\Microsoft\Templates in windows XP and Windows Server 2003 and C:\Users\ user name \AppData\Roaming\Microsoft\Templates in windows vista)
- Click Save
How to use a Word template?
You can easily create word documents using word templates. To use a template,
- Select Office Orb (on top left corner) >> New >> My Templates to use your custom word templates
- Select the word template that you had saved earlier and click OK
You can also modify the template to suit the needs of your new document. Enjoy creating word templates and improve your productivity.
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