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I use a template for my work. It contains following options. Can I put those in .emacs file.

#+OPTIONS: num:nil; p:t 
#+OPTIONS: toc:nil 
#+LATEXCLASS_OPTIONS: {10pt} 
#+LATEX_HEADER: \pagenumbering{}
#+LATEX_HEADER: \usepackage[a4paper, top=42mm, right=2cm, bottom=1.5cm]{geometry} 
#+TITLE: 
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Maybe not exactly what you are expecting as not in .emacs file, but in another Org file, the solution I use for a long time is to use #+SETUPFILE:

In your .org files:

#+SETUPFILE: path_to_your_setup/setupFile.org
#+TITLE: My Org document

In the path_to_your_setup/ directory (your project root for instance), my setupFile.org is:

#+OPTIONS: H:3 toc:t num:t \n:nil ::t |:t ^:nil -:t f:t *:t tex:t d:t tags:not-in-toc
#+HTML_HEAD: <link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="http://orgmode.org/worg/style/worg.css"/>
#+HTML_HEAD: <style type="text/css">body{ max-width:80%; }</style>
#+INFOJS_OPT: view:showall mouse:underline path:http://orgmode.org/org-info.js home:theindex.html 

but you can adapt it according to your needs.

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    This is a good method as the syntax is preserved. – Andrew Swann Dec 20 '17 at 9:47
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If you want text inserted automatically when you first visit a new file, you can use the autoinsert package. I use it for org files exactly the way you want.

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You can define your own latex document classes in your .emacs file. This uses pure latex syntax and you add the definitions to the org variable org-latex-classes. This blog post explains this approach well.

In addition, I use abbrev to quickly insert org header lines to documents. The following lines in abbrev_devs under org-mode-abbrev-table make it easy to start using my custom class as well as disable header numbering and toc.

("oarticle" "#+LATEX_CLASS: fu-org-article" nil 0)
("otoc" "#+OPTIONS: toc:nil num:nil" nil 0)

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