Two entries in Windows 10 "Apps & features" for Microsoft 365 apps

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After upgrading my Microsoft 365 Business Standard license to an E5 license, I am seeing two entries for the Microsoft 365 apps under Windows 10 "Apps & features":

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What do these mean? Are there actually two copies on my machine? When I start an Office app, which one gets executed?

I'd like to understand this issue so I know how to repair various Office problems in the future.

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