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This file includes a Word template which you are licensed to use in content submitted to the Dungeon Masters Guild program and published under the Community Content Agreement for the DMs Guild program. You are not licensed to use the template for any other purpose. All art owned by Wizards of the Coast.

The fonts used in this template are free for commercial use and can be found at the links below:

Andada Small Caps (SC)

http://www.1001fonts.com/andada-font.html

Gyre-Bonum

http://www.1001fonts.com/tex-gyre-bonum-font.html

Junction

http://www.1001fonts.com/junction-font.html

 
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CD F June 25, 2017 2:18 am UTC
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Perfect for the aspiring content creator.
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Anthony A October 15, 2016 2:16 pm UTC
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Awesome resource for someone who really wanted to get in to publishing their adventures! Thank you for the time and effort you put into this for us.
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shaun M April 18, 2016 12:37 pm UTC
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XXX? its 2 pages of info and not in english.... awesome...
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David S April 22, 2016 5:07 pm UTC
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The "Lorem Ipsum" is commonly used in web design, writing, etc as a placeholder for text content. By doing so, you can see how the template should look with completed content. Its essentially "Fill in the blanks" whereas the "Blanks" are the latin.
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Enrique B November 07, 2016 5:24 am UTC
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Lorem Ipsum is placeholder text in design and publishing....
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Travis W January 10, 2017 3:53 pm UTC
I love this post so much.
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October 14, 2017 12:39 am UTC
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Oh my... it's the either the most perfect Troll.. the most perfect derp.... I'm not sure which.
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Katherine C February 23, 2016 8:32 am UTC
This is quite lovely! Beautiful work! :) (The carpet is especially pretty!)
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Brett P February 07, 2016 1:36 am UTC
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It would be helpful to have to specs for each style written out, so we know an H1 is supposed to be Andada 20 pt. for example. They don't always apply correctly, so having the specs would make correcting them easier.
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Calvin B February 01, 2016 4:15 am UTC
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WooHoo! great template! Thanks for this.
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Dan H January 23, 2016 5:03 am UTC
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So, anyone able to recommend a good example of something published using this template? Or even something that gives a look similar? I've got Lost Mines of Phandelver, but am looking for other examples too.
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Teos A January 21, 2016 12:42 am UTC
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One problem I found is that the TeX Gyre Bonum font is often names something like "TeX Gyre Bonum Regular", and even after installing the above font, that isn't the font name in Word. The font exists, and has a separate font file with that name, but is grouped under "TeX Gyre Bonum". The font appears incorrectly unless I manually update the file by re-applying the font from the actual font in my font list. If anyone knows a way to get around this, please post.
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January 27, 2016 2:56 pm UTC
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I had this problem as well. It seems like the font link and the font used in the file are different, or not Word compatible somehow.
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Steven K February 17, 2016 3:51 am UTC
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Same issue, I ended up going line by line and updating the template
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Ralph C September 08, 2016 11:08 am UTC
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I didn't realize this was happening until I released one of my works and someone mentioned that it wasn't the correct font. I am basically having to manually highlight every paragraph that's in Tex Gyre Bonum and then change the font from "Tex Gyre Bonum" to the same thing, "Tex Gyre Bonum" and it physically changes how the font looks but it still says the same name. This is really confusing and I'm not sure why it doesn't work properly but it's a big pain. I'm not sure which font is which to be honest and I could use a little tutorial if there's an easier way to do it!
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January 09, 2017 2:24 pm UTC
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OK, I'm giving this another shot. Hey creator! Here are some tips!

1. I had to fix the TeX Gyre Bonum styles. Luckily those are only: Boxed Text, Intro Body, and Level. That should be easy for anyone with intermediate MS Word skills.

2. This document template uses a LOT of fonts. TeX Gyre Bonum, Cambria, Calibri, Andada SC, Gill Sans, and Junction. I'm not a professional layout designer, but that seems excessive. I understand using Andada as a catchy title font. I also get using TeX Gyre Bonum as a catchy intro font. But why in boxed text? We should be using Cambria, the default serif font, for parity. And why Gill Sans for some sans sarif titles and Calibri for others? Why not stick to Calibri? The two are different enough that you really notice.

3. Word is great for creating automatic hyperlinked tables of contents. But
- A. the Chapter Title style is ignored. It's just body text in a pretty shape? Anyway, I'll have to use Heading 1 for chapter titles...See more
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Craig S April 06, 2017 6:20 pm UTC
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There is an easier way to do it.

Find the file location for the fonts after you've downloaded them and saved them to your computer somewhere.

Use a font file converter and change the font file type to .ttf (True Type Font)

Save the new font file, replacing the old font file of the same name.

Now, check and see if your newly-saved file is installed: open 'Control Panel', go to 'Fonts', and check out Junction or Tex Gyre. Rich-click the font and select 'Properties' to see if it is a .ttf file.

This worked for me, at least.
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Adam N January 20, 2016 7:07 pm UTC
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Any chance of getting a version for LibreOffice or OpenOffice? MS Word is expensive!
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Nicolas C January 20, 2016 11:56 pm UTC
There is one, it is a separate item
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Teos A January 20, 2016 4:03 pm UTC
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For the background, Word has some options under the Design tab, then Page Color.
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Jason B January 21, 2016 2:50 am UTC
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Thanks, that worked really well!
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Nicolas C January 19, 2016 5:42 pm UTC
I would actually be interested in a newbie guide. From taking this template to producing a quality pdf, with stuff such having a parchment like background, stat blocks with nice separators, pictures etc...
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Dan H January 23, 2016 5:04 am UTC
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Agree with this.
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Jason B January 18, 2016 1:10 am UTC
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Any suggestions for achieving the parchment-like background featured in WotC products and many of the DM's Guild products within Word? I've seen some of the products on this site use it and I wouldn't mind doing so myself!
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Calum B January 23, 2016 8:04 am UTC
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Go to the DESIGN tab, on the far right there's a page colour option; you want FILL EFFECTS and then TEXTURE. There's a nice legible parchment texture called PARCHMENT
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Jason B January 23, 2016 7:46 pm UTC
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Yeah I found that, thanks!
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