Templates

The Studio has several templates ready for new users or to use as start for models. You can find these through [File > New > Templates]. They include two examples of a non-disclosure agreement and an alcohol test. Each template can be used as a starting point to build a new model from.

You might want to add you own templates as well, for convenience. If you want to repeatedly re-use (parts of) a model, however, we advise you to look at libraries.

The first thing to do is creating a model that you want to use as a template. This could be, for instance, the basis of a contract. As soon as you are done creating the model, save it by going to [File > Save As]. Now that you have saved your model, you can create a template from this model. To do so, go to the menu, select [File > Save copy as template].

save as template berkeley studio
save as template berkeley studio

In the window that pops up, you are able to give your template a description. Give it a clear and concise description, and press [OK]. If you then click on [File > New model] and look at the templates, you will see the template that you have just created!

naming your template berkeley studio
naming your template berkeley studio

If you want to start a new model based on your own template, simply double-click on the template to open it. Your template model will be opened as a new model, to make sure that you do not accidentally save over your template model.