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Part I: Everyday Word Processing > Using Templates and Wizards for Frequently C...

Chapter 6. Using Templates and Wizards for Frequently Created Documents

  • Using predefined templates provided with Word

    By using the predefined templates, you can quickly produce standardized versions of any document you produce frequently.

  • Sharing elements between templates

    Save time by using the Organizer to transfer elements from one template to another.

  • Modifying existing templates and creating your own

    Because predefined templates may meet most but not all of your needs, learn how to change templates and create new templates.

  • Setting up documents using wizards

    Wizards walk you through the steps for creating different types of specialized documents.

  • Using add-in programs to increase Word's power

    Programs from third-party vendors behave like they are part of Word and extend Word's capabilities by adding features such as menu choices or toolbars.

Templates can save you work and improve the consistency of any documents you create frequently. A template acts as a guide or pattern for documents of a specific type, such as form letters, newsletters, letters of engagement, invoices, contracts, or proposals.


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