Desktop User Guides > Paper > Templates
All Word documents are based on templates. Unlike Looks, templates apply to an entire document and determine its basic structure, including the default page size and orientation, margins, headers and footers, and paragraph styles. Templates can also include standard text that you want to appear at the beginning or end of the paper questionnaire.
There are two basic types of templates in Word: global templates and document templates. Global templates are available to all documents, whereas a document template contains settings that are available only to documents that are based on, or attached to, it. For more information, see Installed templates and Global templates.
You can modify the document templates to reflect your house style (for example, by adding standard headers and footers), or you can create your own templates. There is no limit to the number of document templates that you can use with UNICOM Intelligence Interviewer - Paper. For example, you can have different templates for self-completion surveys, interviewer-administered surveys, business-to-business surveys, brand research surveys, and so on. Using templates in conjunction with Looks, you can create paper questionnaires that reflect the house style of your company or your client.
When you load a questionnaire definition, you can change the template UNICOM Intelligence Interviewer - Paper uses by changing the setting on the Template tab in UNICOM Intelligence Interviewer - Paper Options dialog. You can subsequently change the template that is attached to a document by using the Templates and Add-Ins command on the Word Tools menu. Changing the template in this way can change the styles in the document but not the page layout of the document (for example, the margin settings and the headers and footers are not changed).
See also
How Looks and templates interact
Modifying paragraph styles
Separating all questionnaire items
Positioning the questionnaire items
Template options