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Kevin O'Brien wrote:

What I am seeing is that when I am in Impress and go to Save as
Templates-->Save As Template, the window that opens only has one tab,
Documents, and not the four tabs I am used to seeing (Documents,
Spreadsheets, Presentations, Drawings).

The four tabs in File > New > Templates are to select which type of new document to create, and it will then show the templates for that type. When saving, the document type is already determined (if you're in Impress, it's a presentation) so there's no point showing the other options, since it wouldn't make sense to save a presentation as a spreadsheet template.

If I go to
File-->New-->Templates in Impress I see all four tabs, but Templates I
saved in the Documents tab do not appear.

For me, templates saved from Impress appear in the "Presentations" tab (in a quite old LibreOffice 4.0.4). Is that not the case for you?

It may be that the template manager is looking in a sub-folder. In that case, click on "All Templates" to get back to the top level, and then go into the folder you saved the template in (probably "My Templates").

I think "Documents" refers to Writer (word processor) documents:
- Writer  Documents
- Calc    Spreadsheets
- Impress Presentations
- Draw    Drawings


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