Kevin O'Brien schrieb:
From what I read in the documentation I should be able to create a
Template, save it as a Template, and then it should appear in
Available for Use on the right. When I do that it isn't working, so
either I am doing it wrong or the documentation is missing something.
Here are my steps, which work with LO4.5 (dev) on Windows 7.
1. Start with new Impress document and make all your settings.
2. File > Templates > Save as Template. You should see tab "Documents"
with parts "My Templates" an "Presentation Backgrounds"
3. Click on "My Templates". "Presentation Backgrounds" might work too,
but I have not tested it.
4. Click on the "Save" icon, enter a template name into the input field.
5. Close the document without saving.
To make sure the template is there, goto File > Templates > My
Templates. To use it immediately, use File > New > Templates.
To see it in the side pane you need to restart LibreOffice. The list is
refreshed when LibreOffice starts. I think, it is a shortcoming of the
sidebar, that it has no option to regenerate the list.
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Re: [libreoffice-users] Saving Impress Templates · Regina Henschel
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