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如何将Word模板应用于现有的Word文档?

通常,将Word模板应用于新的Word文档很容易。 但是,工作很难改变现有Word文档的模板。 任何想法将Word模板应用或更改为现有的Word文档? 下面的方法将减轻你的工作。

将Word模板应用于现有的Word文档

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箭头蓝色右泡将Word模板应用于现有的Word文档

请按照以下步骤将Word模板应用或更改为现有的Word文档。

1。 打开将应用模板的Word文档,然后单击 文件 > 期权 打开Word选项对话框。

2。 请在Word选项对话框中 (1) 点击 加载项 在左栏中, (2) 选择 模板 来自 管理 下拉列表,和 (3) 点击 Go 按钮。 看截图:

3。 在新的开放模板和加载项对话框中,请检查 自动更新文档样式 选项,然后单击按钮。 看截图:

4。 请在附件模板对话框中 (1) 打开包含您将应用的个人模板的文件夹, (2) 选择指定的个人模板和 (3) 点击 开放 按钮。 看截图:

注意:如果您已将指定的个人Word模板保存在默认自定义Office模板文件夹中,则可以使用文件夹路径快速打开此文件夹 %用户名%\ Documents \ Custom Office模板.

5。 点击 OK 按钮,当它返回到模板和加载项对话框时。
现在指定的Word模板立即应用于现有的Word文档。 看截图:

注意:要从现有Word文档中删除个人模板,请重复上述步骤并将默认Word模板应用于文档,如下所示:
仅供参考,您可以使用文件夹路径打开包含默认Word模板的文件夹 C:\ Users \用户your_user_name \应用程序数据\漫游\微软\模板.




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    Kirt · 1 months ago
    Thank you, it works!
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    Juan S · 4 months ago
    Thanks, very useful!
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    LuxThill · 7 months ago
    Alt-T + I opens the Template dialog where normal is the default template. You can change this to an other existing template by clicking the Attach... Button an choose the new template.
    !!! To apply the styles, check the "Automatically update document styles"
    You're done.
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    Ryan · 10 months ago
    I have a simple solution to at least have the base lines of your attachments. First, go to Insert ribbon > click on object (below date and time) > select text from file (choose the document to attach). That should be it :) Hope it helps
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      Syed · 5 months ago
      very easy to follow, thankyou
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      kellytte · 8 months ago
      Hi Ryan,
      Thanks for your comment and advice. The new method seems not work in my Office work environments. Could you show more detailed steps and description about your method? Thanks in advace!
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    Dee · 1 years ago
    When you "attach" the template and select "automatically update document styles", the template styles update to the styles list, but for existing styles in the document, you have to apply the new template styles. In other words, you have to select the text and click the style from the styles list for it to take effect. Usually after I attach the template, I turn around and deselect the "automatically update document styles" so as not to corrupt styles if I make a mistake. Also, if I make a mistake, such as moving the indentation of a style I have defined as "table text" (which changes all table text in the document), I go back into the Developer tab, use the Organizer button, open the template and re-import the table text style to fix it in the document.
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    Steve F · 1 years ago
    Does not work for me. No matter how I try and apply the template the styles in the document remain the same. I am obviously missing a step somewhere. I am creating a template with the appropriate styles and then applying it to a document which has headings and bullet points etc but none of this works. Others that I know are also baffled by this and have given up.
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    Frank · 1 years ago
    I have seen these same instructions elsewhere but the styles do not change. it does not wok for me
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    sandra · 1 years ago
    The above steps didn't work for me. I did everything as it was written and the document template doesn't apply to the old template
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      kelly001 · 1 years ago
      Hi Sandra,
      This method won’t change original document content, but change the document formatting and styles, such as headings, line-spaces, etc.
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    Brian Gillock · 1 years ago
    The template I created has a title page and includes headers and footers, why do these things not come in with the formatting? Thank you!
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      kelly001 · 1 years ago
      Hi Brian,
      The method introduced in this article is to apply a Word template to an existing document. Therefore, original content, header and footer of the Word template will be lost.

      If you want to apply a Word template to a new document with remaining all content, header and footer in the template, please click File > New > Personal, and then click the specified template.
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        Pankaj N · 1 years ago
        "The method introduced in this article is to apply a Word template to an existing document. Therefore, original content, header and footer of the Word template will be lost...... " but this is not happening. No changes takes places in the existing document.
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          kelly001 · 1 years ago
          For example, you format the heading 1 as red font in original document, format the heading 1 as blue in the template. When you apply the template to your document, all heading 1 will be changed to blue automatically.