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Creating New Templates

Creating a template from scratch is definitely a last resort. Two other options are much faster. First, you can save an existing document as a template. You're bound to have at least a couple of “form” documents that you use over and over. Fax cover sheets come to mind, but so do supply requests, time sheets, network maintenance bulletins, expense reports, newsletters, equipment checkout sheets, and so on.

Second, you can revise an existing template, and then save your changes as a new template. You can use as your starting point one of your own templates or one of the templates that came with WordPerfect, and then just make the necessary adjustments. After all, a lot of effort goes into the development of a template—it would be a shame to let that go to waste.


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