The Organizer is an important tool for managing what is stored with your templates in Word, such as styles and macros. The Organizer does just what you would think—you can move or delete what is stored within a template, but do not confuse it as a tool to edit those elements directly. The following articles discuss how to use the Organizer to effectively store what you need with your templates.

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   Introducing the Organizer
The Organizer is a great tool for, well, organizing the information stored in your templates. This tip introduces the Organizer, gives an overview of what it can do, and provides information on how to display this handy tool.

   Using the Organizer to Manage Macros
There may come a time when you want to copy or rename macros. You can do this quite easily by using the Organizer tool provided by Word.

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