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this is the second in a series of tutorials on how to use the word templates for theses and dissertations at the University of Houston Clear Lake as we look in this folder we see two word files in here something to point out is that these are not regular document files these are dot X files or Microsoft Word template files that's different from a Microsoft Word document which is a docx file to understand how the template files work it's important to point out that every Microsoft Word document is based on a template this is a normal document that you would open whenever you open Microsoft Word and you notice up here that there are a number of preset styles like normal which is Calibri font 11-point heading 1 heading 2 title the margins are set at 1 inch and so on so this is based on a template file that is exists on your computer that sends this information to Word document every time you open it up when we're working with the template files the same exact principle is in place except...