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    Template as Add-In (any version)

    I have a document that already has a template attached. I want to run second template as an Add-In. This second template has styles that I want to "import" into the document. Aside from using the Organizer, is there a way to do that without actually attaching the second template at some point?

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    Jerry

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    Re: Template as Add-In (any version)

    I don't think so. You could write a macro that automates using the Organizer, using the Application.OrganizerCopy method.

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    Re: Template as Add-In (any version)

    I've had some luck with just copying a whole document (with the desired styles in use in said document, applied to actual text) into the receiving document, and then just immediately deleting that inserted whole document from the receiving document. The styles themselves seem to remain "in" the receiving document, and usable.

    Confusion occurs if the styles in both docs are named the same, I believe, but new styles are defined as they were in the inserted doc, in my limited experimentation.

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