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The actual path is simply File ... New ... Templates. Certainly not an intuitive place to look for it if I want to manage existing templates!

Once I found this (with your help), it was a simple task to set my new "Normal" template as the default and it seems to have worked. Many thanks!


On 2/26/2013 01:17, Mirosław Zalewski wrote:
On 26/02/2013 at 01:58, Dave Liesse <> wrote:

1.  Change the margins, then save a new template named "Normal". This is
insufficient, as it doesn't become my default template.
LibreOffice does not work this way. It's MS Office that assumes that Normal
template is default one.
Which may cause quite a headache when copying documents to other computers...

3.  Try to make this my default template.  Help says go to File ...
Templates ... Organize, but File ... Templates doesn't exist.
Go for File → New → From template
(or similar - I do not have English LO 4.0 at the moment to check actual
New template manager will fire up, which gives you opportunity to change
default template.

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