Viewing template-based documents in Design view

Viewing template-based documents in Design view

In a document based on a template (a template-based document), editable regions appear in the Document window’s Design view surrounded by rectangular outlines in a preset highlight color. A small tab appears at the upper-left corner of each region, showing the name of the region.

In addition to the editable-region outlines, the entire page is surrounded by a different-colored outline, with a tab at the upper right giving the name of the template that the document is based on. This highlighted rectangle is there to remind you that the document is based on a template and that you can’t change anything outside the editable regions.

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Related topics

  • Viewing templates in Design view
  • Viewing templates in Code view
  • Viewing template-based documents in Code view


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