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I tried the techniques indicated ( to create a new profile, but the templates problem was not corrected. When I open Manage Templates it shows my custom template but won't let me set it as the default template.

When I click on my custom template it will open a document properly. So why can't I make it my default template?

I checked the path for templates in Tools/Options and the path includes the folder that holds my template. (Which one would expect, since the template does show up in the Manage Templates dialogue.)

I even replaced the profile with the profile from my backup from before I upgraded to 7.3* from 7.2*. That didn't solve the problem either.

WORK-AROUND "SOLUTION": I had to open the template and then make believe I was creating a new template using "Save as Template." That gave me the option to set it as the default template (once I said it was OK to replace the existing template with that name).

Obviously the upgrade did not save something but the problem wasn't with the profile.

On 10/12/22 16:09, Harald Berger wrote:
Maybe the user profile is defective.

Am 12.10.2022 um 18:52 schrieb Eric Beversluis:
I don't need that kind of basic stuff. I need to know why, when I go to Manage Templates, the option to Reset Default Text Document is grayed out even though the name of my template is right there in the dialog box.

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