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Outlook 2010 - Template Storage Locations?

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As you can see from the graphic there are two places Outlook stores templates.
I know where "User templates in the file system" is located.
Where are the "standard" templates located.
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The Standard Templates are in

C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Office\Templates\1033
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