Maybe, but probably not...
If you create a Capture symbol from a PSpice subcircuit, the pins will be named after the node names in the .SUBCKT statement, these are unlikely to match your actual graphical circuit symbol pin names.
Take a typical op-amp:
.SUBCKT OPAMP 1 2 49 50 99
The PSpiceTemplate will reflect the node names:- X^@REFDES %1 %2 %49 %50 %99 @MODEL
You part will likely have pin names of + / - / V+ / V- / OUT, this will require the PSpiceTemplate to be:- X^@REFDES %+ %- %V+ %V- %OUT @MODEL
So simply copying the PSpiceTemplate automatically created by the Model Editor is not likely to work. Having said that, a typical 5-pin op-amp only needs one graphical symbol for all parts, the PSpiceTemplate property is set in the graphical library and the Implementation stored in the Database is set to "Transfer to Design", this will apply to many common parts that are needed for PSpice simulations.
You don't want to put the Model data anywhere the database, the simulator needs to find the LIB file data when it runs, otherwise you will see "... missing definition for ..." messages when trying to create a netlist for simulation.