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add subsites to the template

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Is it possible when creating a template, to include all the subsites underneath the parent site?

Right now, when creating a template it just keeps all the same level items, nothing underneath .
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That is not possible by using a template. You can however create templates of the subsites too and recreate it that way, or look into customizations and create your own web template:

http://blogs.msdn.com/b/vesku/archive/2010/10/14/sharepoint-2010-and-web-templates.aspx#sitetemplate
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Yep,  that's what I thought.
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