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How do you open the "Writer app"?
Where did you look for a way to "open Impress"?
LibreOffice is one application with different modules and allowing to create / open /edit documents of different kinds independent of the question on what kind of document you are currently working.

Use the appropriate one of the first four items of the 'File' menu.

If you have more than one LibO links on the desktop or wherever, they don't adress actually different applications, but will always open LibteOffice itself. Just as an additional service they will also create a new file of the respective kind from the default template. I would suggest jou remove all the LibO related links except the one addressing LibreOffice itself. The additional creation of a new file is very simple.
If you want prefer the distinguishing links, and you already are working on your new text document e.g, you always can minimize it (and probably additional open documents) to get full access to your desktop again - and to the liks it contains.

How do you open the "Writer app"?
Where did you look for a way to "open Impress"?
LibreOffice is one application with different modules and allowing to create create(new) / open /edit documents of different kinds independent of the question on what kind of document you are currently working.

Use the appropriate one of the first four items of the 'File' menu. menu.

If you have more than one LibO links on the desktop or wherever, whereever, they don't adress address actually different applications, but will always open stert LibteOffice itself. Just as an additional service they will also create a new file of the respective kind from the default template. I would suggest jou remove all the LibO related links except except the one addressing LibreOffice itself. The additional creation of a new file is very simple. simple when LibO is running (See 'File' menu as mentioned above).
If you want prefer the distinguishing links, and you already are working on your new text document e.g, you always can minimize it (and probably additional open documents) to get full access to your desktop again - and to the liks links it contains.