Working with template manager
Template manager lets you configure and quickly paste frequently used text fragments or images: phrases, signatures, smiles, addresses, greetings, passwords, etc.
How does template manager work?
Each template has a name, and template manager searches the template database for that name. Just type the keyword or its beginning, and press Win+Space (the key combination used by default).
There are two types of templates:
|1.||Plain text. This template type is used for text without formatting. You can add various tags to templates of this type: keystrokes, tags for inserting random text from a predefined list, etc.|
|2.||RTF (Rich Text Format). This template type is used for formatted text in MS Office, Open Office, MS WordPad, etc. If you try to paste formatted text into an application that doesn’t support formatting, plain text will be pasted.|
To add, edit, or remove a template, click the Edit button in the template manager window. For more details about configuring templates, see the Editing templates section.
Tips and tricks
|•||You can add a set of standard templates to your template file. To add or remove a set of standard templates, open the Settings dialog box and select the Template Manager item.|
|•||You can resize the template manager window.|
|•||When the template manager window opens, it is automatically located next to the text cursor on the screen. If there is no text cursor or if the application cannot detect it, the window will open in the center of the screen.|
|•||To use one set of templates in workgroups, save the file with this set of templates to a network resource, and set it in Shared file with templates field.|