On Mon, 2012-03-26 at 16:33 -0700, Rich Shepard wrote:
For all the years I used OO.o (since pre-1.0), File -> New offered a
sub-menu of 'From Templates'. This allowed me to open a document using one
of my pre-defined templates. An earlier version of LO worked the same way.
In the currently installed 3.5 there's no way for me to get to
~/.libreoffice/3/user/template/letter.ott. At least, none that I've
discovered in the File->Open or Customize menus. And, when I try to select
one of the Templates and Documents at the bottom of File -> New I see a
warning box, "Error creating a new document: templates already exist." This,
of course, makes no sense whatsoever.
How do I make my templates available?
Beginning with 3.5.0 LO changed the location of the templates to:
If you want to use letter.ott as a template, you need to
File > Templates > Organize to import the template using the Template
Management dialog. It will place a copy of the letter.ott file in the
~/.config/libreoffice/3/user/template/ folder as well as list it in the
My Templates folder of the Documents and Templates dialog.
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