You can check if your templates are installed by the simple method of running the program and trying to use one of the DVD Templates of which there are 2 GB or Movie Themes (1.87 GB). That's a lot of templates. If they are not installed you'll just get a few. Also check your disk drive in
C:\Program Files (x86)\Adobe\Adobe Premiere Elements 9 and look for the Folders for the DVD templates or Movie Themes.
Thanks for the reply. The real question though was/is are ALL the files contained in the 6 separate content archive files
(Content 1, Content 2, Content 3, Content HD 1, Content HD 2, and Content HD 3) also contained in the single archive
file called Content ALL?
Since I was unable to get a definitive answer to that question, I went ahead and downloaded all 7 of the Content archive
files, extracted all of the archived files in the *.7z files and compared the timestamps and sizes of the files in the 6 individual archives to the timestamps and sizes of the files from the "ALL" archive. The files within the 6 archives matched those
in the ALL archive.
And since the sizes of all 7 *.exe files are identical, I suspect they are all the same and simply invoke an unarchiver
for their respective 7z file, using their own filename as the argument to the builtin program.
The overall result is that I have verified to my own satisfaction that the contents of the 6 individual Content XX files
*are* contained within the single Content ALL file.
It would have been NICE if Adobe had bothered to TELL their customers that, so they wouldn't spend twice the time in
downloading 6 unnecessary files which in reality just duplicate the ALL file. Plus in my case, spending an hour or
two verifying that the contents of the 6 files were also in the ALL file. Sheesh.
C'est la vie ...