Modifying MS Word Normal.dot .dotm templateMicrosoft change the normal.dot template of MS Word to Calibri 11 with extra spacing and multiple lines?”
The question following that will be: “Who on this planet actually enjoys using this style?” My speculations and further comments on the matter cannot be written in a public venue.
So, what is the normal.dot or normal.dotm? This is the “blank” document on which all new MS Word documents are based. If you work at a larger office or corporation, chances are your IT staff have already rectified this ghastly situation for you. If you are a solo practitioner or in a small office, you are perhaps still struggling with the aforementioned unwieldly style. Here is the quick solution.
In 2013, open the Run dialog on your computer (press Windows Logo + R or click Start Button> Run).
Type %appdata%\Microsoft\Templates\ into the text region and press < Enter >. Windows explorer will open the template directory.
Right click the Normal.dotm file, and choose Open from the context menu.
In 2007 & 2010, 0pen MS Word.
In 2007, click on the Office Button in the upper left corner of your screen. Click on Open. Under Microsoft Office Word there will be a folder labelled Templates. Click Templates and then double click the Normal.dotm file. This should open the MS Word 2007 template.
In 2010, click File> Open. Under Microsoft Word there will be a folder labelled Templates. Click Templates and then double click the Normal.dotm file. This should open the MS Word 2010 template.