In addition to the generic blank document word2010/list_19_1.html ' > templates, there are a number of document templates built into the Word2010, such as blog post templates, calligraphy copybook templates, and so on. In addition, the Office.com site also provides a certificate, certificates, business cards, resumes and other specific functional templates. These templates allow users to create more professional Word2010 documents. The steps to create a document using a template in Word2010 are described below:
Step 1th, open the Word2010 document window, and click the file → new button. Step 2nd, in the new panel that opens, users can create documents by clicking Word2010 templates, such as blog posts, calligraphy copybook, and other online templates that Office.com provides, such as business cards, calendars, and so on. For example, click the sample template option, as shown in Figure 2009120501.
Figure 2009120501 Click the sample template option step 3rd, open the Sample Template List page, click the appropriate template, select the document or template radio box to the right of the new panel (in this case, select the document option), and then click the Create button, as shown in Figure 2009120502.
Figure 2009120502 Click the Create button in step 4th to open a document created using the selected template, which can be edited by the user, as shown in Figure 2009120503.
Figure 2009120503 Document tips created using templates: In addition to using Word2010 installed templates, users can also use the templates that they create and the templates that Office.com provides. When downloading the template provided by Office.com, Word2010 will make genuine verification, and the non-genuine Word2010 version cannot download the templates provided on Office Online.