True or False. You can only associate one document template with a document library.
This is somewhat of a trick question so the answer is both true and false. Prior to enabling content type management via the Advanced settings of a document library, you may only associate a single document template with a document library. However, if you enable content type management on your library, you can then manage multiple content types from that single location and have more than one document template associated with the library.
Imagine you are responsible for ensuring that all documents created and printed in your organization have the words Private and Confidential on them. What are your options for making this happen, and which would provide the best results?
You have two primary methods for accomplishing this.
Your first method is to add the words Private and Confidential to all the standard document templates within the organization. This method is tedious and requires you to constantly add these words to all new document templates. Also it's difficult to prevent users for removing the text directly from their document themselves.
The second method involves creating an information management policy on the base document content type so that all child document content types inherit the policy. This method also supports the creation of new content types that maintain the same information management policy setting. ...