Creating Template Files For Any App On Your Mac

You can turn a regular file into a template file using the Stationery Pad or Locked file attributes. This lets you start a new file with the content in an existing file, but insures that you don't accidentally overwrite the template.

Comments: 3 Responses to “Creating Template Files For Any App On Your Mac”

    Joost
    6 months ago

    A nice trick, but it doesn’t work with emails. Since big sir I don’t have templates in Mail anymore. Could you show if there is a way to do it?

    Joost
    6 months ago

    great trick, thank you.
    would be nice if Apple had just a right-click to create a template in the appropriate folder

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