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Have deployed Company PowerPoint templates to:- C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office\Templates\1033   On all systems.

This is where the other powerpoint templates are located.

When users go to create a new powerpoint presentation, the new templates do not show up in powerpoint for users to select under the installed templates section.

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Non Microsoft templates go in APPDATA\Microsoft\Templates
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By default, user templates files are stored in the following location:

    * In Windows XP
      C:\Documents and Settings\ user name \Application Data\Microsoft\Templates
    * In Windows Vista or in Windows 7
      C:\Users\ user name \AppData\Roaming\Microsoft\Templates

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