You probably don’t want to make a template as suggested above UNLESS your whole document is just that one big table. Then it *would *make sense to create a template for each common table-formatted doc you use.
If instead your usual use case is creating these standard-formatted tables as small parts within otherwise-ordinary textual docs, then the smart thing to do is to create an ordinary blank doc and paste an example of each empty table type into it. Save that.
Then when you want to create a new doc, create it as always and also open your doc-of-table-samples. Then copy / paste a blank table from your sample doc into your live doc whenever / wherever you need one.
There are ways to automate all this, but odds are you’ll make a bigger mess doing that than just doing the above.
If you understand about standard and non-standard document templates, and macros, and styles, and VBA, then tell us & we can direct you into the more advanced areas. Most users’ eyes just cross when somebody tries to explain that stuff. Hence my simpler approach above.