A template is a predesigned document that can be used for creating new documents with the same formatting. Most of the important document design decisions like font style, size, spacing and margin size are predetermined with a template. In this tutorial you will learn how to create a document with a template and insert the text in it. You can also learn about Spell Check in MS Excel 2016.
Inserting a Template:
For inserting a template in MS Word you need to follow these simple steps.
- 1st of all you need to click on Microsoft Office button.
- Now select New and the New Document dialog box will appear.
- Now select Installed Templates to choose a template on your computer.
- After reviewing your templates you need to left click on the desired template in order to select it.
- Click Create and the template will open in the new window.
How to Use a Template:
Templates include placeholder text which is surrounded by brackets. This placeholder text includes the information regarding the content for a specific area. Some of the information is prefilled in the template. You can change the word Option and modify the prefilled information which will appear. The templates of MS Word may include separate Quick Parts sections which will give you various options for the template.
Inserting Text into a Template:
- 1st of all click near the text you need to replace. The text will appear highlighted and the template tag will appear.
- Enter the text and the placeholder text will disappear.
Changing the Prefilled Information:
- 1st of all select the Microsoft Office button.
- Now click on the Word Options button located at the bottom of the menu. The Word Options dialog box will appear.
- Now enter the user name in the popular section.
- Click OK.