Template not created in C:

Hello,

I create a template with Articulate Presenter.

When i want to copy the .xml to re-use it with another computer, there is no file .xml that i have create earlier.

I use a windows XP computer.

i check to the link: "C:\Program Files\Articulate\Presenter\templates"

but no the xml is not created.

If i modify an existing template, the modification is not taken into account in "C:\Program Files\Articulate\Presenter\templates".

I tried to re-install articulate presenter but the problem is still present.

Is there another folder where presenter save the template ?

Thank you in advance for your answer.

10 Replies
Laurent GALAUP

Hello Peter,

i try all the link that you send me:

C:\Program Files\Articulate\Presenter\Templates

C:\Users\your_name\AppData\Local\VirtualStore\Program Files\Articulate\Presenter\Templates

C:\ProgramData\Articulate\Articulate Presenter 5\Templates

C:\Documents and Settings\your_name\Application Data\Articulate\Presenter

and i don't found the template that have created earlier.

Do you have an explanation ?

Justin Wilcox

Hi Laurent. Are you making sure to look where it says user_name to look in the folder that corresponds to your user name on your computer? That is not the actual path. So like this path:

C:\Users\your_name\AppData\Local\VirtualStore\Program Files\Articulate\Presenter\Templates

for me is:

C:\Users\Justin Wilcox\AppData\Local\VirtualStore\Program Files\Articulate\Presenter\Templates

Justin Wilcox

See if you can find them here:

C:\Documents and Settings\AllUsers\Application Data\Articulate\Articulate Presenter 5\Templates 

Just as an FYI. If you publish a presentation with a specific template, you can bring a template over to a different computer by sending the Articulate Presenter package:

http://www.articulate.com/support/presenter09/?p=457

Jim Heiliger

I recommend copying/archivng the template XML files at key points in a production process in a separate location on your machine. Even if the XML file is not the latest/greatest, it can prevent starting from scratch. Archiving a client's template XML prevented me from losing month's worth or work.