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When you open a document template in LibreOffice with File > New, it becomes a document in Writer. You can edit this document, usually "Untitled1", and save it again as a new document template. See also:

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Am 10.10.2023 um 17:27 schrieb martin f krafft:
I am designing a bunch of templates for a small business, e.g.

* blank template with just the logo
* invoice
* official letter
* meeting minutes

The last three are all just based off the first one, and it pains me to make a copy of the template. Is there a way to inherit from a master template?

Or maybe there is a smart way to have just one template for everything, and then easily choose from whatever content template is required in the current case?

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