OnePager templates (*.tat files) are designed so that they can be shared. This allows multiple users to create multiple project views that share a common set of visual styles. If someone on your team has created a custom OnePager template, and you would like to share it with them, there are two ways:
Option 1: Network Drive or SharePoint
Your colleague can place the custom template (*.tat) file on a network drive, SharePoint site, or similar. This allows a single template file to be used by multiple users, and allows the owner of the template file to modify it without having to redistribute any updates to individual end users.
To access a template file on a network drive, launch OnePager. When prompted for your template, choose Change and then Browse to the network location of the template file:
Option 2: Local Template Files
If you prefer, you can simply copy your colleague's template (*.tat) file to your own local computer. We recommend placing template files in a single folder, if possible. OnePager uses a templates subfolder in your regular windows Documents folder as a default:
You don't have to use the standard OnePager templates folder under Documents, but it is strongly recommended.
To access a template file anywhere on your local computer, launch OnePager. When prompted for your template, choose Change and then Browse to the folder that contains the template file:
Last Updated: December 27, 2019