Re: creating a department style guide
Could it be a template with defined styles and formatting with verbiage under each style defining what it should be used for?
A template might be part of your style guide (or more likely a separate item associated with a style guide), but unless your department produces only one sort of document, one template would not be enough. Most issues will cross the boundaries between templates, but some issues might be specific to one type of document.
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