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Hi All, Maybe a noob question, but I am struggling to understand the full benefit of "template" files (.aftemplate). I do understand they come in handy in opening a new document from: file>new>templates , however I do not really understand how else they are useful? In my current understanding, if I save a file myself with certain margins, guides, ruler settings etc etc and just name it "Design-File-Template", when I open that file that is NOT a ".aftemplate" and click "save as" everything is there.... Just fishing for ideas and reasons to use template files!
The title pretty much says it all. My hope is that it would be easy to implement, since by changing the extension from .aftemplate to .afdesign or one of the other native format file extensions QuickLook displays the file.