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 **(Grid)** **(Grid)**
  
-  * **Tool Name**\\ Displays the names of the UDTs. To change the name of a tool, //​single-click//​ on the currently selected tool name or press F2. For more information see below. ​Note: This name will also be used as the tool's tooltip on the application toolbar.+  * **Tool Name**\\ Displays the names of the UDTs. To change the name of a tool, //​single-click//​ on the currently selected tool name or press F2. **Note:** This name will also be used to identify the tool on the '​Tools'​ menu as well as acting ​as the tool's tooltip on the application toolbar.
  
   * **File Path**\\ Displays the full path to the application,​ batch file, or script that you wish to run. For more information see '​Path'​ below. ​   * **File Path**\\ Displays the full path to the application,​ batch file, or script that you wish to run. For more information see '​Path'​ below. ​
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 **New Tool**\\ **New Tool**\\
-This is the first step to create ​new UDT. Enter the name that you want to appear ​on the Tools Menu. +Creates a new entry and prompts you to enter a name to identify your tool on the 'Tools' ​Menu and application toolbar
  
 **Delete Tool **\\ **Delete Tool **\\
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 Click the folder icon to browse to the application,​ batch file, or script that you wish to run. Click the folder icon to browse to the application,​ batch file, or script that you wish to run.
  
-Note: If you are wanting to create a UDT that runs ToDoList itself you need only type in '​todolist.exe'​ without any path information and this will be understood to mean the path to the currently running instance.+**Note:** If you are wanting to create a UDT that runs ToDoList itself you need only type in '​todolist.exe'​ without any path information and this will be understood to mean the path to the currently running instance. ​
  
 **Arguments**\\ **Arguments**\\
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