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Templates are &quot;models,&quot; or prototypes, of Work Products. Within a Work Product description, there usually are one or
more templates that can be used to create the corresponding Work Product. Templates are linked to the tool that is to
be used to create the Work Product. Prior to project start, organizations may want to customize the templates by adding
the company logo, some project identification, or information specific to the type of project.
Word processor tools&amp;nbsp;templates can be used for Work Products that are documents, and for some reports.
Automated report generation tools templates extract information from tools such as visual modeling tools,
requirements management tools or testing tools.
HTML tool templates for the various elements of the process.
Project planning tool&amp;nbsp;template for the project plan.