Styles in Word,
Photoshop Window/Workspace layouts in IDEs
Presets of any kind
Favorites in web browsers
Last item notwithstanding (not sure how it fits) at an abstract level they are both collections and configurations. The examples you cite (except for bookmarks) are collections of settings. You configure settings, then save them, then load them later.
What Microsoft Word calls a "style" is a collection of settings. I assume you can configure them and make your own (I haven't figured out how yet) but I do this in Creative Suite for documents, window layouts, etc. to suit whatever work I'm doing.
Different products use different words for this, there's such a breadth of variation that I'm not sure there's a universal term for it. If you're looking for the appropriate word to use, it might depend on the problem domain and context. "Styles, "Themes" are totally appropriate for Word docs. "Workspaces" totally appropriate for a bunch of windows in the same app.