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OpenOffice Impress 3.x Guide
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Modifying a template

You can edit a template’s styles and content, and then, if you wish, you can reapply the template’s styles to documents that were created from that template.

Image:documentation_note.png You can only reapply styles. You cannot reapply content.

To edit a template:

  1. From the main menu, choose File > Templates > Edit. A standard file browser window opens.
  2. Find and select the template that you want to edit, and then click Open. The selected template opens in Impress.
  3. Edit the template just as you would any other presentation. To save your changes, choose File > Save from the main menu.

The next time that you open a document that was created from the changed template, the following message appears.

Apply current styles message

Click Yes to apply the template’s changed styles to the document. Click No if you never want to apply the template’s changed styles to the document. Whichever option you choose, the message box closes and the document opens in OOo.


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