Am 11.10.2012 18:08, Tom Davies wrote:
Hmmm, i would try opening the template and then do
File - "Save As .. "
and save the document as an OpenDocument Format template. I'm not sure if it would work but it's
got to be worth trying.
No, it should be ...
menu:File>Templates>Save... <any name>
... and then ...
select the new template and make it the default template using the
command button on the right.
This way you get something similar like the infamous normal.dot.
Try out which parts of the VBA can be interpreted by this software (if
any). Learning a bit more about this software you may find out that you
do not need those macros anymore.
Then build your own shortcuts (which may include shortcuts to styles)
and your prefered shortcuts (which can be stored in files).
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