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Downloading Shared Templates Topic Article


For an overview of the Import and Export functionality in OP 14, refer to the article below that matches your OP 14 environment:

To download shared templates

  1. On the template-download page, click on the hyperlinked template name. 
  2. Download the template file. The downloading procedure varies depending on your browser. Please follow the procedures below for the browser you are using:

Mozilla Firefox: 

  1. Click on the hyperlinked file name. Firefox opens the Opening [template name] window.
  2. Click the Save File radio button.
  3. Click OK. Firefox saves the file to your Download folder (if that is the default setting).

Google Chrome:

  1. Right-click on the hyperlinked file name. Chrome displays a popup window with file options.
  2. Select Save Link As… Chrome displays the Save As window.
  3. Browse to this location: [End User’s Logon Name] / My Documents / Office Practicum / Export.
  4. Click Save.

Internet Explorer (IE):

  1. Right-click on the hyperlinked file name. IE displays a popup window with file options.
  2. Select Save Target As… IE displays the Save As window.
  3. Browse to this location: [End User’s Logon Name] / My Documents / Office Practicum / Export.
  4. Click Save.
  1. Ensure the template files you downloaded are in the folder: [End User’s Logon Name] / My Documents / Office Practicum / Export.

You must review and customize for your Practice each template you download and import. For details, refer to the Customizing Shared Templates article.