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The Evernote Business templates are located in a Google Drive, which you can access by clicking the links provided below: 

Paperless Agent Created Templates: https://tpa.pub/PACreatedTemplates
Member-Created Templates: https://tpa.pub/MemberSharedTemplates

Please note that uploading an Evernote template that is stored in Google Drive to your Evernote library involves a few steps. Here's a guide on how you can do it:

Access Google Drive:
Open your web browser and go to Google Drive (drive.google.com).
Sign in with your Google account credentials.

Locate the Evernote Template:
Navigate to the folder where your Evernote template is stored in Google Drive.

Download the Template:
Right-click on the template file.
Choose the "Download" option to save the template to your local computer.

Access Evernote:
Open your Evernote application or go to the Evernote web version (www.evernote.com) and sign in with your Evernote account.

Create a New Note:
Click on the "New Note" button to create a new note in Evernote.

Attach the Template:
In the new note, look for an option to attach files or add an attachment. This might be represented by a paperclip icon or an "Attach File" option, depending on the version of Evernote you're using.
Choose the downloaded Evernote template file from your computer.

Save the Note:
After attaching the file, you may want to add a title or any additional information to the note.
Click on the "Save" or "Done" button to save the note with the attached template.

Sync Evernote (if necessary):
If you are using the Evernote application on your computer, ensure that it is synced to the Evernote servers. This step is usually automatic, but you can manually sync if needed.

Access the Template Anywhere:
Once the synchronization is complete, you can access your Evernote template from any device where you have Evernote installed or through the Evernote web version.

By following these steps, you should be able to upload an Evernote template from Google Drive to your Evernote library and use it as needed. Keep in mind that the specific steps may vary slightly based on the versions of Google Drive and Evernote you are using.