Not sure of which version of Pr you have, but it must be prior to PrPro 2.0, the last version to include Menus and Templates fro DVD production.
Normally, with an installation, the full compliment of Functional Content (Adobe's name for the Menus, Templates, etc.) is installed. Did you install from a download file, or from a DVD? The reason that I ask this is that with the downloads, there is a second file, with a built-in installer and it will add the additional materials. From the DVD, I would do a Repair Install, and when you get to the version of Pr, choose Install Functional Content.
Please tell us your exact version, plus how you installed, download, or from a DVD.
You should have both PAL and NTSC. Now, in PrElements all Menus/Templates are PAL, but the program will convert to NTSC. You don't have Elements, do you?
[Edit] Oops, this was accessed from the Premiere forum, and not from the Elements forum. Odd. Obviously, you DO have Elements. The Templates ARE in PAL, and PrE will convert to NTSC for you. Note: in PrE, you are dealing with two things: semi-automatic authoring and also Menu Sets, that are used. When one edits in PS, there are many, many more considerations for PrE Menu Templates, as so much is semi-automatic.
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Now that I have gotten oriented to where I am in the fora, this ARTICLE might give you a bit of detail on some of the idiosyncracies in editing PrE Menu Sets. Please tell us what you are trying to edit.
Thanks Dave. That's kind of what I was suspecting, that in Elements, or at least by this version, there'd be a auto-software override. The Adobe document I saw was for Pro 2.0, and was three years old.