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Templates and Styles

A template is a document that contains specific formatting styles, graphics, tables, object, and other information. A template is used as the basis for creating other documents. For example, you can define paragraph and character styles in a document, save the document as a template, and then use the template to create a new document with the same styles.

Unless you specify otherwise, every new LibreOffice text document is based on the default template.

LibreOffice has a number of predefined templates that you can use to create different types or text documents, such as business letters.

Using Styles From Another Document or Template

Creating a Page Style Based on the Current Page

Applying Styles in Fill Format Mode

Creating New Styles From Selections

Changing the Default Template

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