How Do I Create Study Templates?
The Study Templates section can be found on
the Studylog Main Menu. It contains customizable templates for studies so that
the user can specify alternative settings for a study’s layout, content, and
more. The Study Templates menu looks a lot like the Studies menu, but with a
few changes. It can be found on the left side of the main menu. If you simply
want to create a study using one of the available templates, go to the Studies
tab and press [New]. To create a new Study Template, follow these steps:
1. Go to the
Template tab and select [New
2. After you’ve selected a Study Module, a Template (if basing your new template off a previous one), and a GLP Preset. The Study Creation menu opens. Create a study as you normally would, and click [Save and Close] when finished.
3. Once you
have finished, the template will be available from the Select Study Design
window when beginning study creation or from the Study Templates screen.
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