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  1. Open the Zotero installation folder (usually C:Program Files (x86)Zotero).
  2. In the installation folder, open [email protected], where you you can find a copy of the Zotero.dotm file.
    • If the folder is empty, the file was somehow deleted — possibly by security software — and you should reinstall Zotero.
    • If the folder is empty immediately after reinstalling Zotero, you can download Zotero.dotm, but your security software may delete the downloaded file as well, and you'll need to configure it not to do so.
    • If you see two “Zotero” files without file extensions, your computer is set not to display file extensions, and you can determine which one is Zotero.dotm by right-clicking on each file and selecting Properties. One will say “Microsoft Word 97-2003 Template (.dot)” and one will say “Microsoft Word Template (.dotm)”.
  3. Find your Word startup folder and copy the path to the clipboard:
    1. In the Word ribbon, click the File tab, click Options, and then click Advanced.
    2. Under General, click File Locations. The current Startup folder should be listed.
      • In most cases, the Startup folder path should be the default location of C:Users::username::AppDataRoamingMicrosoftWordStartup, where ::username:: is your computer username. The path should not include “Zotero” in any way, and if it does you previously configured it incorrectly. If that's the case, you should reset the path to the default location.
    3. Select the Startup folder path and click Modify, place the cursor in the location bar at the top of the window, copy the complete path to the clipboard with Ctrl-C, and then click Cancel to close the dialog without making changes.
  4. Open a new File Explorer window and paste the Startup folder path into the address bar. You should now have two folders open: the “install” folder containing Zotero.dotm and the Word startup folder.
  5. Copy the Zotero.dotm file from “install” to your Word Startup folder. (Be sure to copy the file rather than moving it.)
  6. Start (or restart) Microsoft Word to begin using the plugin.

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  1. In Finder, press Cmd-Shift-G and navigate to

    where you can find a copy of the Zotero.dotm file. If the folder is empty, the file was somehow deleted — possibly by security software — and you should reinstall Zotero.

  2. Find your Word startup folder by following the instructions below. You should now have two folders open: the Word startup folder and the “install” folder containing Zotero.dotm.
  3. Copy the Zotero.dotm file to your Word Startup folder. (Be sure to copy the file rather than moving it.)
  4. Start (or restart) Microsoft Word to begin using the plugin.

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  1. Download Zotero.dot.zip and double-click it to extract the Zotero.dot file. (Note: The file must be extracted in Finder, not via the command line.)
  2. Find your Word startup folder by following the instructions below.
  3. Move the Zotero.dot file to your Word Startup folder.
    1. If you have a non-English version of Office, you may need to move the Zotero.dot file into the “Word” directory within the equivalent of “Startup” in your language. The correct path should be listed in Tools → Templates and Add-ins in Word.
    2. If you're using a non-admin macOS user account, you will need to install the Word plugin from an administrative account or grant write access for the startup directory to the non-admin account to allow it to install Zotero.dot.
  4. Start (or restart) Microsoft Word to begin using the plugin.

LibreOffice

    • Mac: In Finder, press Cmd-Shift-G and paste in
    • Linux: Go to the directory where Zotero is installed and open
  1. Double-click the Zotero_OpenOffice_Integration.oxt file to install it.

Locating your Word Startup folder

The correct folder can often be found in the Word preferences:

Word 2007 or later for Windows

In the Word ribbon, click the File tab, click Options, and click Advanced. Under General, click File Locations. The Startup folder should be listed there. Select it and click Modify. In the window that opens, place the cursor in the location bar at the top and copy the complete path to the clipboard by pressing Ctrl-C. Click Cancel to close the dialog without making changes. You can then open a new File Explorer dialog and paste the path into the address bar to open the Startup folder.

In most cases, the Startup folder path should be the default location. Note that the path should not include “Zotero” in any way, and if it does you previously configured it incorrectly. If that's the case, you should reset the path to the default location.

Word 2016 and 2019 for Mac

The default location of the Startup folder is ~/Library/Group Containers/UBF8T346G9.Office/User Content/Startup/Word. (~/Library refers to the Library folder within your home directory.) You can open it from the Finder by pressing Cmd-Shift-G and copying in the path. Alternatively, to navigate to it in Finder, hold down Option, click the Go menu, and select Library (which is hidden by default), and then follow the rest of the path.

If changes you make to the Startup folder aren't taking effect, you can confirm that Word isn't set to a different location. In Word, open the “Word” menu in the top-left of the screen and select “Preferences”. Click on “File Locations” under “Personal Settings” and click on “Startup” at the bottom of the list.

Generally, no location should be listed, causing Word to use the default location. If another location is listed (e.g., /Applications/Microsoft Office 2011/Office/Startup/Word, from an earlier version of Word), clearing the setting it and letting Word use the default location may fix installation problems and allow Zotero to install the plugin automatically going forward.

Note that the path should not include “Zotero” in any way, and if it does you previously configured it incorrectly. If that's the case, you should reset the path so that it is blank and the default location is used.

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The default location of the startup folder is /Applications/Microsoft Office 2011/Office/Startup/Word. You can open it from the Finder by pressing Cmd-Shift-G and copying in the path or by navigating to it.

If changes you make to the startup folder aren't taking effect, you can confirm that Word isn't set to a different location. In Word, open the “Word” menu in the top-left of the screen and select “Preferences”. Click on “File Locations” under “Personal Settings” and click on “Startup” at the bottom of the list.

Default locations

Note: On non-English systems or in certain custom setups, these locations may be different.

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  • C:Users::username::AppDataRoamingMicrosoftWordStartup (::username:: is your computer username)

AppData may be hidden on your system, but you can get there by opening the Windows File Explorer, typing “%AppData%” in the address bar, and pressing Enter, which will take you into the Roaming directory. From there you can navigate to MicrosoftWordStartup.

Word 2000, 2002 (XP), 2003, 2007, and 2010 under Windows 2000 or XP

  • C:Documents and Settings::username::Application DataMicrosoftWordStartup (::username:: is the user name of the currently logged-in user)

Word 2016 and 2019 for Mac

  • ~/Library/Group Containers/UBF8T346G9.Office/User Content/Startup/Word

Word 2011 for Mac

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  • /Applications/Microsoft Office 2011/Office/Startup/Word

Templates are documents, workbooks, or presentations that are used in Office 2011 for Mac as starting points to build new files upon. When you save a file as a template, it becomes available in the templates gallery of Word, Excel, or PowerPoint. A classic example of a template is a business letterhead that contains both formatting and content ready to be filled in. Each application has built-in templates that you see when you choose File→New from Template. It’s easy to make your own templates, too.

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To make a template, you start with something customized, ready to use as the basis of new files. All you have to do is to use Save As and change the Format pop-up menu to [Application Name] Template. The shortcut changes to My Templates, which is where you should save your template. Just give it a name, click Save, and you’re all done! Your saved template will appear in the template gallery of Word, Excel, or PowerPoint as appropriate.

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Choosing File→New from Template opens the current application’s template gallery. Your saved templates will appear in the gallery under My Templates. When you open a template from the gallery, a new document identical to the saved template will open and it will have a generic name, such as Document 1, Workbook 3, or Presentation 2.

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If you want to edit a template, choose File→Open. Change the Format to Template, and then navigate to the My Templates folder, select the template you want, and then click Open. When you open a template this way, it opens the template itself, as opposed to a new file based on the template. Choose File→Save to overwrite the template or File→Save As to create a new template.