Using a template to adjust existing word documents

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Microsoft Word 2010
Microsoft Word documents
I have word documents that are generated by a program and autofill in a word document.
My problem is that the program messes up the spacing and layout of the document in doing so.
My question is, is there any way to build a template to apply to these documents once they have been created to adjust the layout and spacing without having to go throughout the whole document and hand editing it?
I've tried just making a template based off of how the document should be spaced after i've edited it, but when i try to apply that template to a new document that was created it will not adjust the spacing and layout.
Please be as specific as possible when answering, and thank you so much!


Software/Hardware used:
Windows XP, Running Microsoft Word 2010

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  • Ben Rubenstein
    Welcome to ITKE, ehazell. Hopefully one of our experts is able to help you out - have you looked through the Word help files already?

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