Creating the new user account is mostly a diagnostic tool, but if things work correctly in the new account you can rename or delete the old InDesign folders on the original user account, then copy the folders from the new account into the old one. You must replace the old folders, not just merge the contents, for this to work.
Ah - I didn't think of doing that - am just living [barely] with the new user account - what a pain! I was asking where these files are stored but have found them - they are in windows 7
Users/user-name/AppDAta/Roaming/Adobe/Indesign/Version 10.0/en_US/Find-Change Queries
And what about print presets?
Print resets are stored inside the InDesign Defaults file, but you can save them to an external file from the Print Presets > Define... dialog by selecting them and clicking the Save button, then reload them in any other account by pressing the Load button. There is also a second folder in AppData\Local\ that you will want to move. See Replace Your Preferences