toki schrieb am 19-Aug-20 um 03:35:
How does one construct an .OTM document?
That is a document template for master documents.
You start with making a master document. File > New > Master Document.
If you would make a normal Master Document, you would save it as "ODF
Master Document (*.odm)".
To get a document template instead, use File > Templates > 'Save as
template...'. Using that way, it is automatically managed by the
Template Manager and master documents created from this template will
have a link to the template.
Or you use File > 'Save as...' and select the type "ODF Master Document
Template (*.otm)". You can still create a master document from this
template, but it will not be linked to the template.
All that is the same as for other kind of document templates. In general
the file name extension ot* is used for document templates and od* for
The master document template belongs to the ODF 1.3 standard, which is
supported by LibreOffice starting with version 7.0.
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