Where to Find Your WBS Templates
In addition to checking software you already own for templates, you can tap various internet resources to find WBS templates to use. For example, Microsoft Office's Website provides a Word template for your WBS (http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/templates/work-breakdown-structure-TC001141726.aspx). This template, depicted to the right has fields that you can fill in with your individual work-items. This is an instance where you will probably want to add your own touch by inserting yoru company logo or colors into the template document.
I f you're looking for a WBS template with a little more pizzaz, you may want to check out the template depicted to the left, courtesy of PMdocs (http://www.projectmanagementdocs.com/templates/work-breakdown-structure-wbs.html). This template is a little bit more decorative, and is available to you in both word and PDF format. If you need a WBS template that packs a punch, you may want to look into it.
Finally, find a WBS template by our own Ann Gordon in the media gallery for your use. Her series on creating a Work Breakdown Structure is very useful reading, even if you're already familiar with the process you can review the steps in creating one of the most commonly used forms in project management.
If you're looking for more sample forms and downloadable templates, check out Bright Hub's resource guide Over 50 Free Project Management Templates and Sample Forms.