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Chapter 7. Templates, Wizards, and Add-I... > Attaching a New Template to an Exist...

Attaching a New Template to an Existing Document

Every document has one template attached to it (except for documents created by wizards, which have a wizard attached to them, as you'll see later). Typically, the attached template is the one you used to create the document—whether you used the Normal template, another built-in Word template, or one of your own. However, in some instances, you may want to change the template associated with a document.

For instance, imagine your company, Acme Chocolate, has just been purchased by Intergalactic Candies. Intergalactic has different corporate design standards than Acme. However, it's quite likely that both companies use Word, and it's possible that both companies have Word templates codifying basic document formats such as headings and body text. If so, you may be able to redesign your documents to the Intergalactic standard simply by attaching the Intergalactic template to them.


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