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Chapter 12. Templates, Wizards, and Add-... > Attaching Templates to Documents and...

Attaching Templates to Documents and E-mail Messages

In Word 2002, templates have a role to play in virtually any kind of document, from conventional business documents such as reports, to e-mail messages, to Web pages. In the following sections, you'll learn how to attach existing templates to documents and e-mail messages. You'll also learn how to achieve many of the same benefits templates provide, and how to use

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.


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