To create a template, you can start with a file you already created, one you. If your document contains macros, click Word Macro-Enabled Template.. If you made templates in an earlier version of Office, you can still use them in Office 2013 .
Create a document template by saving a file as a Word template (.dotx or .dot),. To use content controls, you must convert the document to the Word 2013 file .
Follow these steps: Open the document that needs a new template attached. Click the File tab. On the File screen, choose the Options command. Choose Add-Ins from the left side of the Word Options dialog box. Choose Templates from the Manage drop-down list. Click the Go button. Click the Attach button.
Every Word 2013 document has a template that it references. The template provides such basics as the margin settings and the definition of the Normal .
If you routinely create the same kinds of documents, consider creating your own template in Word 2013. Instead of inserting the same text, modifying font styles .