After clicking on the down arrow next to the "new" button, I wasn't aware until just now that there is a template window. Had I known it was tucked away in there, I wouldn't have made that false claim earlier. I'm guessing I'm so used to MO where if you click on a program, it immediately shows you all of the templates available, and you just click on the one you want. I honestly don't know why LO didn't do the same thing, because it would've made it more accessable.Writer: 7 included templates.
Impress: 23 included templates.
I'm not sure what kinda templates you'd want for the other LibreOffice apps. Math comes with examples, Draw comes with predefined shapes, and Calc comes with a ton of built-in functions to manipulate data.
But, first and foremost, I'm not sure why you'd make up a claim like that? It doesn't benefit you, us, or anything.