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 Keyboard Maestro includes permanently stored dictionaries that you can use or set. Keyboard Maestro includes permanently stored dictionaries that you can use or set.
  
-A dictionary is a mapping ​from a key name to a value. ​ You can have multiple dictionaries,​ each with their own name (so really, it is a mapping ​from a dictionary name and a key name to a value).+A dictionary is a named set of mappings ​from a key name to a value. ​ You can have multiple dictionaries,​ each with their own name (so really, it is a set of mappings ​from a dictionary name and a key name to a value).
  
 Dictionary names start with a alphabetic character, followed by any number of alphanumeric,​ space or underscores. ​ Dictionary names are case insensitive. Dictionary names start with a alphabetic character, followed by any number of alphanumeric,​ space or underscores. ​ Dictionary names are case insensitive.
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 Dictionary values are plain text and can include leading or trailing white space. Dictionary values are plain text and can include leading or trailing white space.
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 +For example, you might have a dictionary named "Shop Prices",​ with keys being the item names and values being the cost of the item.
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 +^Dictionary^Name^Value^
 +| Shop Prices \\ Shop Prices \\ Shop Prices| Coffee \\ Cake \\ Drink| 3.45 \\ 5.35 \\ 2.50|
  
 ===== Setting Dictionary Values ===== ===== Setting Dictionary Values =====
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