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Part V: Automating Your Work > Using Templates and Wizards to Build Documents

Chapter 14. Using Templates and Wizards to Build Documents

In This Chapter

  • Creating a new document with a template or wizard.

  • Understanding how to protect yourself against macro viruses.

  • Downloading template files from the Microsoft Office Online Web site.

  • Creating a new template from an existing template, an existing document, or from scratch.

  • Editing the default template to change the settings for all new documents.

  • Transferring macros, toolbars, styles, and AutoText entries from one document/template to another document/template.

Every document that you create in Word is based on a template. Up to this point, you’ve been using the normal.dot template, which is the default template in Word and contains all the initial settings for new documents. The default template is blank except for the initial settings. If you want to change the settings for all new documents, you edit the default template. From then on, all new documents will have those settings.


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