These later versions of Word do not have toolbars except through Add-Ins or the QAT.
See Ribbon in Word 20 for more information on the Ribbon interface. In general, in English "template" means a form or stencil.
It opens whenever you start Microsoft Office Word 2013 and it includes default styles and customizations that control the basic look of your document.
Changes you make to will be applied to documents that you create in the future.
This means that the quickest way to reset all the quirky changes you have made to the Normal template is to delete
If you want to keep a version of the template just in case things go wrong, you can simply rename the file to something like normal_
However, you may not want to lose all your old settings and you may want to reinstate your old
As part of the upgrade, your old Word 2003 template may have been renamed to something like Normal11
Although I did a clean install, I did not uninstall MS Office 2011 apps. It seems some others have found problems with altering the Normal template and found no joy from MS forums.
I am not really sure what to tell you guys on this one.
I did a clean install of Microsoft Office for Mac 2016 from installers from my campus bookstore.
It seems there is confusion about the directory location of saved templates. Solution seems to have worked for the 2016 Word template.
So, I have located my Word 2016 templates at: Should I not be trying to save Word Macro-Enabled Template (.dotm)? I try saving differently, via Normal.dotx, which is where the got into the folder in the first place. But when I relaunch Word 2016, none of the template saves are present. However, when I open Word 2011, I see that some of my settings in that template have changed!