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I made a template of a site and it is available.  How can I put a shortcut to creating the site so it is easy in SharePoint and users can create this type of site from the template with 1 click

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i dont think its possible out of the box normally you create a site using <rootsite url>/_layouts/create.aspx page or subsite using <rootsite url>_layouts/newsbweb.aspx

Inorder to create a site with one click you have to consider writing c# code like this

http://www.learningsharepoint.com/2010/07/25/programatically-create-site-from-site-template-sharepoint-2010/
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