It’s essential to first perfect your stylesheet before you start writing in Flare. When you’re starting a new project for a related topic in the same company, it’s only logical that you want the new document to have the same layout as the original document. Or that you want to use the same topics, without manually importing them one by one. Therefore you need to use templates.
You have different options when it comes to creating a template in Flare. For example: you need to keep your stylesheet and some topics that will reoccur in your new document. So you need to save your whole Flare project as a template.
To save your project as a template:
Flare lets you create templates for any kind of file. So you’re not limited to saving the whole of your project as a project template. So if you only need your styles, snippets, topics or skins saved, you can save one of them as a template. To save files as a template:
To add the template in a new file: