Has this ever happened to you? Let’s say you have a document library configured with a custom content type that uses a custom document template. Now you need to edit that template.
Normally, you can edit the file via the UI. When you go to the library settings and look in the advanced settings, you see this:
Now you have a local copy of your file. If you update it at this point, if it’s InfoPath you would likely publish it back to the library and update the content type. If it’s Word or similar, you can either import it here or you can upload it as a template via the Advanced content type settings.
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