Plus, creating custom interactive templates for special projects
by JD Sartain | tech journalist | PCWorld | May 23, 2018 3:30 am
In Microsoft Word, templates are pre-designed documents that you or someone else (such as Microsoft) creates to use as a pattern for a project. The template could be for a business card, brochure, resume, presentation…the list goes on. Regardless of the purpose, templates provide the design consistency that any organization (or individual) needs to look professional. (You can also find templates for Excel, PowerPoint, and other applications, but in this article we’re focusing on Microsoft Word.)
Click here to continue reading this article: The template contains a specific layout, style, design and, sometimes, fields and text that are common to every use of that template. Some templates are so complete …
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