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70-488 Content Type with Template

Posted by Paul on February 7, 2015


In this article I will show how to use a document template along with a content type. As you know content type can be configured against a list & library. In fact library is also a list.

Document Template

We can associate a document template along with a Document Content Type. This allows users to use a common format of document while they chose the New Document for the library.

Create Content Type

Create a new content type like below.

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Open MS Word application and create a new file.

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Save it as a document template format. Note that the extension is .dotx.

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Go back to the content type and choose Advanced Settings. Choose the above template in the Document template section as shown below.

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Save changes.

Create a new document library & set the above content type to the library.

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Choose the library & New Document from the ribbon. You will see the document is created as shown below.

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You can use the above technique for setting templates for an Excel library too.

References

http://bit.ly/1vy27OF

Summary

In this article we have explored how to set a document template to a content type.

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