The first thing you have to do is download the template to your computer.
NNELS Templateonce, but you will have to clear the styles and upload the template every time you start a new document.
For each new document you produce, you will have to clear the styles, and upload the NNELS Template.
First you need to Clear the Styles:
Formatin the main menu bar in Word
Default Stylesthat can't be deleted. Simply hit okay until finished. Once done, you will only see the
Default Stylesin the Organizer window.
ctrl + Afor windows or
command + Afor Mac to select all styles.
Now the styles are cleared you can import the
NNELS Template to your document.
Toolsin the main menu bar in Word
Templates and Add-ins…View Templates and Addins window
NNELS_Styles.dotxthat you put in your Templates folder and attach it.
Automatically update document styles
There is no need to make any modifications to the Styles as they're already set-up
For instructions on applying the styles, see: NNELS Styles
You can discover where your copy of Word stores its templates by looking in the Preferences. Choose Word | Preferences and under Personal Settings choose File Locations. The location is given beside the item User Templates in the list. If the location is abbreviated and you cannot read it properly, click the Modify button and explore the location.
If you use a Mac, you can use spotlight search and search for
templates. The folder should come up in your search.
By default, user templates files are stored in the following location:
In Windows XP:
C:\Documents and Settings\<username>\Application Data\Microsoft\Templates
In Windows Vista or in Windows 7:
In Mac (Word for Mac 2016):
/Users/<username>/Library/Group Containers/UBF8T346G9.Office/User Content/Templates
Note: You can change the location of user templates files.