Microsoft Word template locations depend on the version of Word you are using, whether the computer is a stand-alone or networked computer and the operating system. You can usually find template locations by using Word.
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In Word 2003, you can check to see what subdirectory label templates are in by accessing the Options dialogue box. Click the "Tools" menu, "Options" and then the "File Locations" tab. Select "User Templates" and click "Modify." You can see the path name in the "Look In" drop-down list. According to Microsoft, the label templates are typically stored in "C:\Documents and Settings\user name\Application Data\Microsoft\Templates."
To check where label templates are in Word 2010, click "File," "Options" and "Advanced." Under the General heading, click the "File Locations" button to bring up the File Locations dialogue box and look at the User Templates" listing. According to Microsoft, the default in Windows 7 is "C:\Users\ user name \AppData\Roaming\Microsoft\Templates."
Other File Locations
If you are using a networked computer and label templates are part of a shared template library, your network administrator may have selected a different location for label templates. Microsoft recommends contacting the administrator for access information if the location does not appear in the File Locations dialogue box.
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