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-Clicking on the "New Keyword"​ button in the Keywords window toolbar, or by right clicking on the title of any subgroup in the Keywords panel, opens a context menu. Select "New Keyword"​ and enter the name for the keyword. If you want to create more than one keyword, use one line per keyword. Keyword labels are not strictly limited to single words. However, phrases or terms of more than a few words should be entered as descriptions,​ not keywords. Your newly-created keyword will be listed in the Categories panel under heading “Keywords.+Clicking on the "New Keyword"​ button in the Keywords window toolbar, or by right clicking on the title of any subgroup in the Keywords panel, opens a context menu. Select "New Keyword"​ and enter the name for the keyword. If you want to create more than one keyword, use one line per keyword. Keyword labels are not strictly limited to single words. However, phrases or terms of more than a few words should be entered as descriptions,​ not keywords. Your newly-created keyword will be listed in the Categories panel under heading “Keywords”
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-To remove a keyword from an image, right click the keyword in the Applied Keywords panel of the Keywords window and choose “Remove Keyword” from the context menu.  Or right click the image itself and via the item “Descriptors” in the context menu, choose the keyword that is to be un-assigned. ​ Here you can alternatively drag the keyword from the keyword list to the recycle bin. +To remove a keyword from an image, right click the keyword in the Applied Keywords panel of the Keywords window and choose “Remove Keyword” from the context menu. Or right click the image itself and via the item “Descriptors” in the context menu, choose the keyword that is to be un-assigned. Here you can alternatively drag the keyword from the keyword list to the recycle bin.
  
  
-To remove a keyword from all images, click the check-box in front of the keyword to locate all images that were assigned that particular keyword. ​ Then click the “Select All” icon on the toolbar (or press “Ctrl+A”) and right click the keyword in the Applied Keywords panel of the Keywords window and choose “Remove Keyword” from the context menu.+To remove a keyword from all images, click the check-box in front of the keyword to locate all images that were assigned that particular keyword. Then click the “Select All” icon on the toolbar (or press “Ctrl+A”) and right click the keyword in the Applied Keywords panel of the Keywords window and choose “Remove Keyword” from the context menu.
  
  
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-To delete a keyword from the keyword list, click the keyword, and then click the “Delete Keyword” button. ​+To delete a keyword from the keyword list, click the keyword, and then click the “Delete Keyword” button.
  
  
-**Note:​**Deleting a keyword will automatically remove the keyword from the IPTC descriptor keywords or any alternate target descriptor in the images.+**Note:** Deleting a keyword will automatically remove the keyword from the IPTC descriptor keywords or any alternate target descriptor in the images.
 ===== Changing Keywords ===== ===== Changing Keywords =====
  
  
-To change a keyword (for example “Holidays” to “Vacations”),​ click the keyword with the right mouse button and choose “Rename Keyword” from the context menu.  Type a new label over the old one.+To change a keyword (for example “Holidays” to “Vacations”),​ click the keyword with the right mouse button and choose “Rename Keyword” from the context menu. Type a new label over the old one.
  
  
-**Note:**On renaming a keyword you will be asked if the IPTC descriptor keywords or any alternate target descriptor in the images should be updated automatically.+**Note:** On renaming a keyword you will be asked if the IPTC descriptor keywords or any alternate target descriptor in the images should be updated automatically.
 ===== Exporting Keywords ===== ===== Exporting Keywords =====
  
  
-You may want to pass an extensive keyword or category list on to other users or use it in other applications. ​ StudioLine can export keywords and categories in XML format, and import either XML or plain-text format (.txt). ​+You may want to pass an extensive keyword or category list on to other users or use it in other applications. StudioLine can export keywords and categories in XML format, and import either XML or plain-text format (.txt).
  
  
-To export or import a list, in the Keywords view right click the “Keywords” or “Categories” icons. ​ Choose “Import” or “Export” from the context menu.  If you right-click any of the icons below “Keywords” or “Categories,” then your action will be limited to that particular sub-classification.+To export or import a list, in the Keywords view right click the “Keywords” or “Categories” icons. Choose “Import” or “Export” from the context menu. If you right-click any of the icons below “Keywords” or “Categories”then your action will be limited to that particular sub-classification.
  
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