Save a Marketing Document as a Word Template

Don’t you wish you could open your own letterhead or marketing documents in Word just like it was a pre-designed layout from Microsoft’s free template library? You can! A document saved as a Microsoft Word Template creates a copy of the original with each new use. This makes creating new projects convenient and you’ll never overwrite your original document. In the example below, I will show you how to save a StockLayouts flyer layout as a Word Template for future use.

1. Open or create your marketing piece.

Graphic Design Flyer Template

2. Edit the design to your company’s specifications.

Edit Template

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

Edit Template

4. In the Save As dialog box, do one of the following:

On a computer that is running Windows Vista, under Favorite Links, click Templates.
On a computer that is running Windows XP, under Save in, click Trusted Templates.
Edit Template

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

When you are ready to start a new project with this design:

  1. Click the Microsoft Office Button, and then click New.
  2. In the New Document dialog box click New from Existing under Templates.
  3. Navigate to your design and click Create new.

For more details about saving Microsoft Word Templates visit the Microsoft help guide.

Graphic Design Resources

View business marketing templates from StockLayouts.

View MS Word document templates from LayoutReady.com.

Learn more about customizing templates with Graphic Design Tutorial Videos.

Try our free design templates to see how easy they are to customize.

 

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