Adding templates using the Extension Manager
From Apache OpenOffice Wiki
- Applying styles
- Modifying styles
- Creating new (custom) styles
- Copying and moving styles
- Deleting styles
- Using a template to create a document
- Creating a template
- Editing a template
- Adding templates using Extension Manager
- Setting a default template
- Associating a document with a different template
- Organizing templates
- Examples of style use
The Extension Manager provides an easy way to install collections of templates, graphics, macros, or other add-ins that have been “packaged” into files with a .OXT extension. See Chapter 14 (Customizing Apache OpenOffice) for more about the Extension Manager.
This Web page lists many of the available extensions: https://extensions.openoffice.org/.
To install an extension, follow these steps:
- Download an extension package and save it anywhere on your computer.
- In OOo, select Tools > Extension Manager from the menu bar. In the Extension Manager dialog, click Add.
- A file browser window opens. Find and select the package of templates you want to install and click Open. The package begins installing. You may be asked to accept a license agreement.
- When the package installation is complete, the templates are available for use through File > New > Templates and Documents and the extension is listed in the Extension Manager.
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