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Word 2010 – Add Template

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You can add a Word Template without a problem until you get to Word 2010 because they’re hidden under the Developer ribbon, which is disabled by default. It’s funny something so widely used would be placed on a ribbon that is disabled by default.

It didn’t come up in the first few Google search pages. I figured that I’d blog it because it took me more than a couple minutes.

You can enable the ribbon with the following steps:

  1. Click the File menu choice as shown in the image.

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  1. Click the Options menu item as shown in the image.

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  1. Click the Customize Ribbon menu item from the left column.

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  1. After clicking the Customize Ribbon menu item, the dialog on the right changes as shown below.

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  1. Click the Developer checkbox to enable the Developer Ribbon that lets you assign a macro template.

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  1. AFter enabling the Developer Ribbon, it now appears whenever you open or launch Word 2010.

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Written by maclochlainn

March 9th, 2014 at 3:35 pm

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