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  Tuesday, January 26, 2010 – Permalink –

Where's the Template

Find and/change storage spots



Describes the different template categories and the locations of templates in 2007 Office programs. Also describes the registry settings that control where to find your custom templates.

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  Thursday, December 10, 2009 – Permalink –

Templates are Digital Stencils

Make your own


If you have a document; such as a report or reoccurring newsletter, one way to reduce the production time is to create a template.

These preformatted, boiler plated documents can then be fleshed out without having to reinvent the sardine.

Here are some tutorials to help you along:

AddBalance.com
Template Basics

About.com
Word Templates




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  Sunday, October 18, 2009 – Permalink –

Theses by the Numbers

Colour or Color?


The University of Calgary has a step by step tutorial on how to write a thesis.

  1. Choose a template
  2. Download a template
  3. Guidelines
  4. Styles & their Relevance
  5. Saving your files
  6. Writing - hints & tips
  7. Creating the Front Matter
  8. Assembling Chapters
  9. Page Numbers
  10. Printout & Submission

Included are Word Thesis Templates

Some of the hints may provide you with some help even if you use the letter "U" in a more parsimonious manner. See all Topics

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  Wednesday, February 18, 2009 – Permalink –

SCORE Templates

Free business advice


SCORE is a nonprofit organization providing small business advice and training.

SCORE's 10,500 volunteers have more than 600 business skills. Volunteers share their wisdom and lessons learned in business. Our volunteers are working/retired business owners, executives and corporate leaders.
  • SCORE offers Ask SCORE email advice online.
  • Face-to-face small business counseling at 389 chapter offices.
  • Low-cost workshops at 389 chapter offices nationwide.
  • "How to" articles and business templates
Here are some of the available templates:
A Business Plan for a Start-up Business
Microsoft Word
A Business Plan for an Established Business
Microsoft Word
Bank Loan Request for Small Business
Microsoft Word
Break-Even Analysis
Excel
Competitive Analysis
Microsoft Word
Financial History & Ratios
Excel
Loan Amortization Schedule
Excel
Opening Day Balance Sheet
Excel
Personal Financial Statement
Excel

Projected Balance Sheet
Excel
Start-up Expenses
Excel
4-Year Profit Projection
Excel
12-Month Cash Flow Statement
Excel
12-Month Profit and Loss Projection
Excel
12-Month Sales Forecast
Excel

SCORE Template Gallery




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  Wednesday, November 19, 2008 – Permalink –

Certificate of Anything

Make your own


Give your kid an award for not setting the house on fire in the last 24 hours.

Make a formal presentation to your dog for scaring away imaginary burglars.

The desktop publishing power of your computer can create official (looking) honors.


Here's a collection of free templates:

Southworth.com
Free Award And Certificate Templates

EducationWorld.com:
Award Certificates

BrainyBetty.com
Certificate Templates
(These are PowerPoint templates)

Office.microsoft.com:
Certificates
(86 Certificates, labels, etc. Word, PowerPoint, and Publisher)



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  Tuesday, January 22, 2008 – Permalink –

Migrate to Word 2007

Move the parts.


If you've been having trouble with converting to Word 2007, this might help.

This topic discusses migration considerations for Microsoft Office Word 2007, including:

  • Migrating files to the new file format

  • Migrating AutoText entries

  • Migrating customizations

  • Migrating Add-ins

  • Migrating AutoCorrect entries

  • Migrating the data key




Microsoft - Migration considerations



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  Friday, November 16, 2007 – Permalink –

Holiday Templates

Make your own stationary


Microsoft Office Online has a group of themed holiday designs.


  • Holiday party invitation
  • Holiday menu
  • Holiday place cards
  • Holiday stationery
  • Holiday thank you card (quarter-fold)
  • Holiday gift certificate


Poinsettias



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  Wednesday, September 26, 2007 – Permalink –

Send Your Template to MS

Geek fame


According to the Inside Office Blog, over 1 million people have downloaded free templates from Microsoft.


"You probably have a document you use over and over again, something you created to solve a particular problem. You may even find yourself occasionally sending the document to others in e-mail because it's so useful. Now you can share your clever solution with everyone who uses the 2007 Microsoft Office system!

People like you all over the world are allowing others to download and use their document templates on Office Online. Some of these templates have tens of thousands of downloads. They were submitted by people who either wanted to help others or show their great solutions. You can, too.



Upload your template



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  Sunday, August 26, 2007 – Permalink –

Resume writing

Get a Job



There are a number of templates installed in Word that will help in creating a good looking resume.
Get started on your job hunt with Word templates


Here are some suggestions about what a resume should look like:

The Rockport Institute:
How to Write a Masterpiece of a Resume

About.com
Resume and Cover Letter Guide

The Riley Guide:
Prepare Your Resume for Emailing or Posting on the Internet

If your job is to collect job applications, look at:

MSDN:
Creating and Applying an XML Resume Template in Microsoft Office Word 2003

Word 2003: Sample XML Resume Template

Smart Documents Resume Sample Application


Want to work for Microsoft?

Microsoft's Zoe Goldring and Gretchen Ledgard:
What is it like to interview at Microsoft?

Chris Sells:
Interviewing at Microsoft Blog:Technical Careers@Microsoft

The real first impression
The journey of a resume



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  Wednesday, August 15, 2007 – Permalink –

Create a Template

More of a good thing


After putting together the ultimate proposal, or dunning notice, you can save the document as a template so that you don't have to re-invent the whole thing.


Here's how to do it in Word 2007.
(Earlier versions also use "Save As")

  1. Click the Microsoft Office Button , and then click Open.

  2. Open the document that you want.
    Make the changes that you want to appear in all new documents that you base on the template.

  3. Click the Microsoft Office Button , and then click Save As.

  4. In the Save As dialog box, click Templates if your computer is running Windows Vista, or click Trusted Templates if your computer is running Windows XP.

  5. Give the new template a file name, select Word Template in the Save As type list, and then click Save.

Note You can also save the template as a Word Macro-Enabled Template (.dotm file) or a Word 97-2003 Template (.dot file).


Create a new template

Also:
Templates are digital stencils




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