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How to download or copy a Google Docs and Slides template?

Published: 09.02.22    Modified: 13.07.22

We are happy to help you use our templates for personal purposes.
Therefore, we have made a short instruction to make it easier for you.

Step 1. Click on the blue button "open template"

Step 2. Choose your format

If the format is Google Docs or Google Slides,

You must be logged into your @gmail.com account. If the format is Google Docs or Google Slides, on the top left click "File - Make a Copy"

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Author Kateryna Polyakova

The author specializes in creating understandable and succinct texts and articles. She writes useful blog articles that help you select the right template. The author knows the value of her time and yours, so all texts are concise and informative. She clearly understands for what purposes, and which template is best suited. Thanks to her recommendations, you will select a template for any task within a few minutes.

How to attribute?

Generating high-quality templates requires significant time and dedication. We simply request the inclusion of a small attribution link. Select the platform where you intend to utilize the template.

Choose your preferred social media platform from options like Pinterest, Facebook, Twitter, and more. Share our templates with your contacts or friends. If you’re not active on these social networks, you can simply copy the link and paste it into the one you use.

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For example: websites, social media, blogs, ebooks, newsletters, etc.

Copy this link and paste it wherever it’s visible, close to where you’re using the image. If that’s not possible, place it at the footer of your website, blog or newsletter, or in the credits section.

For instance: books, clothing, flyers, posters, invitations, advertising, etc.

Place the attribution line near the image’s usage on your website, or if that’s not feasible, include it in the credits section. For example: ‘image: Docsandslides.com’. This template was created using images from Docsandslides.com.

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