At 22:32 22/04/2014 -0700, Herman Konly wrote:
Documents converted and the following log file is generated:
Document macro has to be revised.
That's probably the best you can do without editing your template
further yourself - in particular its contained macro(s).
Within MS Office, this template is available under > View > Toolbars
and when selected it adds it as a Toolbar, however in Office Writer
I cannot find it here.
There is - at least, potentially - a New Document From Template
button in the Standard toolbar. If you don't see it, click the
down-arrow at the right end of this toolbar and select Visible
Buttons > | New Document From Template. It should stick.
Alternative ways to get at a template are:
o File | New > | Templates and Documents (as you mention)
o Down-arrow next to the New button in the Standard toolbar |
Templates and Documents
o Templates... from the start screen
o Set your template as the default and then just open a new text document
o (If you are using Windows) Right-click the Quickstarter icon in the
System Tray | From Template...
I have tried running a Macro > Tools > Macros > Run Macro but the
requires to install Java runtime, which I did, but still cannot find
my template to execute.
No: your template is not a macro, though it apparently contains macros.
Attached the template.
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