Process to save as a template that can be edited?

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If I have an intro created how do I save it as a template that I can share with others and be able to edit the text as needed?
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colette.boynton

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Brian Nystrom

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The easiest way is to save it as a Library Asset. You'll be able to drag it into any project and edit it as necessary.
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Rick Stone

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And you right-click the asset once in the library and export it to a file that you can share with others. 

Depending on what it contains, you may need to alert them they need the same version of Camtasia as you used when you created it.

Cheers... Rick :)
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colette.boynton

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Thank you!  Nube here
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Brian Nystrom

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I was a newbie just a few months ago. You'll find that the folks here really help to reduce the learning curve.
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I also have modified a template that I'd like to save.  HOW do you save it as a library asset?  When I click Save As, it shows my explorer folders, not the Snagit library.  I'd like it to show up when I click Image, Apply Template.
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Rick Stone

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All you can do is save it as a SNAG file. Doing that will ensure it's added to your library as such. Presently there is no way I'm aware of to save it and have it appear as a template in the list to choose from.