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On 10/05/12 19:57, Andreas Säger wrote:
Am 10.05.2012 11:37, Keith Bates wrote:

I get all that. It's not helping. I've edited the paths. I've even
deleted them and re-added them. The templates are in the correct folder
but LO isn't finding them. There isn't even a folder in the organiser
for any templates-- "My Templates" isn't there.


OK, try this:
Open the new office version.
Get the old templates folder .libreoffice/3/user/template/ select all the templates you are interested in and load them.

Now for each file:
File>Templates>Save... and enter the template name.

File>New>Template [Ctrl+Shift+N] should list the imported templates now.

I deleted all the existing templates in .config/.libreoffice/3/user/template. Then I opened a template and tried to save as a template and got this error:
Error writing document Untitled2 as template: templates already exists

Click OK and it opens the box to enter a name and save the template.I enter a name and click save and it comes back with the same message.
 I click OK and then get this message:
Error writing document Untitled2 as template: General error General input/output error

God bless you
Keith Bates
Narrabri NSW

Jesus is the Way
the Truth and the Life

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