When setting up my system, I created a partition and mounted it as "/home", so I assumed my documents would land there, but they do not. When I open and select my user name, Levde, I get a standard user file system.
When I select "Documents", because I have used it, I find the directory I called "machine&software". Then I go to "home", listed as a device, and what I find there is the "lost & found" file, but not my "machine&software" directory. So I know that my effort to define this device as the location for my "/Home" directory failed. Here is an image of Gparted showing mount point information and how much space I allocated to each partition.
I don't know how to assign "/home" status to my "/home" partition, and at this point, how to move the standard document template from the root directory to a new mount point. As of now, the folder "Levde" is found in the root directory under "home", where it should be (root home levde). Here is an image that shows where my "/home" partition is mounted:
Across the top you will see Ubuntu Studio's path rendering "[root icon] media levde Home." Obviously when I set up my partitioning and instructed the installer to mount this partition as "/home", that was not sufficient for it to BE /home. I don't think I installed it as "root media levde home", but that is where it landed.
Considering these thoughts, I thought "perhaps I need to change its mount point!" I unmounted it in gparted, but gparted would not allow me to mount it again, anywhere, so that strategy didn't work, this time.
In comments I was asked to report "cat /etc/fstab". I report this as an image file: