In this video, learn how to create a template from an existing document that will include fields from the Developer tab to prompt the user to input specific content when creating new documents from that new template
- [Instructor] In this week's Word tip,…we're going to go through a real-life scenario…that's quite common,…where you would want to convert an existing document…into a template.…My scenario is helping out my wife,…who's taking online courses,…and is required to write up these reports on occasion.…The reports have to be identical in their look and feel.…So, after helping her the second time, recreate…the formatting, the headers, the footers, et cetera,…I thought it's time now to create a template…so we never have to go through those steps again.…
We just simply add the content,…which will be different from one report to the next.…So, you may have a scenario like that.…We're going to work with this document, though.…Diabetes Assignment.…Real document.…And as you can see, there is a header up there…with specific formatting, page numbering.…On the title page, you can see certain information…has to appear.…And then, when we get to the second page,…the header's different,…and there is a footer on page…two and on…as well.…
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