The "Edit" command (should be named "Edit Style") is miscategorized under "Templates". The name itself is not the issue here; this is mentioned in bug 113446. "New" (New Style from Selection) and "Update" (Update Selected Style) are likewise miscategorized.
Additionally, the "Styles" (Manage Styles, =sidebar) and "Load Styles" commands are miscategorized under "Format".
Presumably all of these should be categorized under "Styles", which is currently empty (it's subcategories are not).
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Please add a not what UI element exactly you have in mind. "Edit" is quite generic and my first thought was the main menu. The second is the Styles & Formatting deck at the sidebar and the top-right button, though this is not labelled Edit.
All of five of the commands I mentioned can be found at the bottom of the Styles submenu of the main menu. The names I give in quotes are the names in the customize dialog.
The "Edit" command I mention is labeled "Edit Style..." in the UI, both in the main menu and in the context menu.
"New", "Update", and "Load Styles" are found in the main menu and in the plus button on the styles sidebar.
"Styles" is labeled "Manage Styles" in the main menu, and is bound to F11.
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So this is about Tools > Customize > Keyboard where .uno:EditStyle is listed under Templates, for example. Agreed, we need to reorder.
About "Edit" vs "Edit Style", the latter is the tooltip and not always appropriate - actually I wish it was never and would provide more information than today.