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OpenOffice 3.x Getting Started Guide
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Setting a custom template as the default

You can set any template to be the default, as long as it is in one of the folders displayed in the Template Management window.

To set a custom template as the default:

  1. From the main menu, choose File > Templates > Organize. The Template Management window opens.
  2. In the box on the left, double-click the folder containing the template that you want to set as the default, then select the template.
  3. Click the Commands button.
  4. From the drop-down menu, choose Set As Default Template.

The next time that you create a document by choosing File > New, the document will be created from this template.

Although many important settings can be changed in the Options dialog (see Chapter 2), for example default fonts and page size, more advanced settings (such as page margins) can only be changed by replacing the default template with a new one.


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