We have people who just like to click buttons. For no reason, they just click things. I am tempted to take away their mouse privileges.
Prior to 2013, you could really confuse folks on your team by forcing all new views of the same type to adopt a View Template of your choice. You would do this by going to Apply View Template, selecting the View Template you want, and then checking the little box in the lower corner that says “Apply automatically to new views of same type”. Then when anyone would create, say a Section, they would automatically have that View Template applied to their view. So convenient for you! And possibly so annoying for them!
What if you are a clicker, and you shouldn’t have clicked that? How do you get rid of it? One might think one goes to View Template Settings. One would be wrong.
The only way we have found to fix this is to go to Apply Template to Current View, scroll down to the View Template in question, and then uncheck the box at the bottom. Then you have to click OK while on that View Template. You can’t switch templates prior to clicking OK. It will ignore it.
Because of this strangeness, we usually recommend creating a new view, applying the template with the unchecked box, then deleting that view.
Luckily, the overhaul in 2013 made this checkbox go away. I know we are still doing a lot of projects in Revit versions prior to 2013; I bet we are not alone in this. So, hope this helps, and pay attention to what you are clicking next time!