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At 11:51 12/01/2014 -0800, J Taylor wrote:
I inadvertently created a Default Template. It arrived very time I opened Writer, so in Manage Templates I deleted it. Now when I open Writer I get the following Message: Users/jt/Library/Application Support/LibreOffice/4/user/template/ does not exist. It is still calling for the Default Template. How can I stop it? I am using a Mac 10.9.1. and LO

o In the Template Manager dialog, click the Action Menu icon (on the right).
o Go to Reset Default Template > | Text Document.

This option does not appear unless it is useful, i.e. unless you have set an alternative template as the default.

At 13:27 12/01/2014 -0800, J Taylor wrote:
I do not know whether this was correct, but I made Writer "Untitled 1" my Default Template.

That depends on which template was actually used to create "Untitled 1". If your alternative template had ben deleted, we can hope that the default Default was used. In any case, now that you have successfully set an alternative template as default, you can reset the original if you wish.

I trust this helps.

Brian Barker

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