Chances are, you're going to create a few templates that are not exactly what you intended. Fortunately, editing templates is a simple process, and you can edit templates that you create, as well as predefined templates.
Navigate to the HTML templates in the Preferences pane. When you arrive at the data grid, click the ego_trip template and click Edit. You should be looking at the same window you saw when you created your template.
Editing the template is simply a matter of changing the values for any of the fields you desire and clicking OK. Because you have already created a template, I don't spend any more time explaining how to edit it, as the process is basically the same. However, there is a trick worth knowing about.
In the Name field, change the name of the template from
ego_trip_2, then click
OK. You should see a window similar to Figure 9.
Figure 9. Confirming the rename command
If your intention is to rename the existing template, simply click No and you're done. If you click Yes, a copy of the existing template is saved with the new name. You can use this to quickly create new templates from existing ones. So, if you have a template that is, say 90 percent of what you need, you can open it, edit it, and save it with a new name, which is much faster than creating a new one each time. Remember that the entire idea behind templates is that you should not have to perform repetitive tasks. You should only be creating a new template from scratch if no template exists that you can customize.
So far, you learned how to create, use, and edit templates. This leaves only one possible task you can perform with them: deleting them.
Deleting a template is as simple as selecting it in the templates data grid in the Preferences pane and clicking Remove.