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Microsoft Word : Use template

Template is A file or files that contain the structure and tools for shaping such elements as the style and page layout of finished files. For example, Word templates can shape a single document, and FrontPage templates can shape an entire Web site.

Use settings from another document or template

Do one of the following:
Attach a different template to the active document
1. On the Tools menu, click Templates and Add-Ins.
2. Click Attach, and then select the template you want.
3. Click Open.

Copy styles, AutoText entries, toolbars, or macros to a template
1. On the Tools menu, click Templates and Add-Ins.
2. Click Organizer, and then click the tab for the items you want to copy.
3. To copy items to or from a different template or file, click Close File to close the active document and its attached template or to close the Normal template.
4. Then click Open File, and open the template or file you want.
5. Click the items you want to copy in either list, and then click Copy.

Load a global template or add-in program into Microsoft Word Templates and add-ins
can be loaded either for the current session only or whenever you start Word.
1. On the Tools menu, click Templates and Add-Ins.
2. Under Global templates and add-ins, select the check box next to the template or add-in you want to load.
If the template or add-in you want does not appear in the box, click Add, switch to the folder that contains the template or add-in you want, click it, and then click OK.

Security Because templates can store macro viruses, be careful about opening them or creating files based on new templates. Take the following precautions: run up-to-date antivirus software on your computer, set your macro security level to high, clear the Trust all installed add-ins and templates check box, use digital signatures, and maintain a list of trusted sources.

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