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On 02/13/2012 11:59 AM, Andreas Säger wrote:
Am 13.02.2012 15:04, webmaster for Kracked Press Productions wrote:

Yes, having styles and templates set up for making a new document have a
specific default language may be a good idea, but the basic user would
not know how to do this. I have been using LO since 3.3.0 and have not
got into creating "styles" or changed my default document, or even
created any new templates.

You are the administrator to build them templates for their job. The "basic users" must not design templates nor address data sources.

Why can't a "basic user" design templates? I know a lot of "basic users" that are using LO for home or work and they might want to design a template document or two, like letterhead, postcard, or envelope templates.

I can be considered as an admin for some people, but most people I work with are home and home-office users. I do not "administrate" their computers. I just help them with their questions over the phone or via email. I could setup their templates for them, but they have the time and some have better "art skills" than I do.

Also some users I deal with use many more features for Writer than I normally do. So I am a "basis user" for the type of work I do with Writer, but I am not a "basic user" of a computer system.

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