The Microsoft Office suite has included templates as a standard feature for many years, making it simple for users to create better-looking presentations and papers. The business has now gathered all of its templates in one location: Windows Create
An early preview of Microsoft Create is currently accessible. It serves as a central repository for templates used in other Microsoft products and services and is billed as “the ultimate creator launchpad for generating whatever you need.” For instance, a Word newsletter template, a Clipchamp commercial template, a PowerPoint photo timeline template, and more files can be found by searching for “travel.” When you locate anything you like, a button click launches the template in the associated program.
In a blog post, Microsoft stated that anyone can create something inspiring thanks to the power of its selection of content production apps, which also includes PowerPoint, Word, and Clipchamp for video editing. Additionally, design experience is not at all necessary. Once Microsoft Designer is more generally accessible, the service will also interface with Designer to allow for template customization.
Even if the new website mostly serves as a fancy template library, it is another indication that Microsoft is working to further integrate all of its products. Office isn’t only for budget spreadsheets and basic notes; it’s also another push into design and content creation, notably with templates for the Clipchamp video editor.