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 | UID | see UUID | | UID | see UUID |
 | UUID | a Universally Unique IDentifier for [[Macros]] and [[Macro_Groups|Macro Groups]] and other purposes that remains the same even if you rename or modify a macro or macro group, or import a Macro built on another Mac. Also known as a [GUID](https://​en.wikipedia.org/​wiki/​Globally_unique_identifier). | | UUID | a Universally Unique IDentifier for [[Macros]] and [[Macro_Groups|Macro Groups]] and other purposes that remains the same even if you rename or modify a macro or macro group, or import a Macro built on another Mac. Also known as a [GUID](https://​en.wikipedia.org/​wiki/​Globally_unique_identifier). |
 +| Variables | Like most programming languages, Keyboard Maestro allows you to create [[https://​en.wikipedia.org/​wiki/​Variable_(computer_science)|Variables]] to store data for use later on in the same Macro, or in other Macros.\\ Variables can be set from many actions. You can set variables to specific text, to the result of a calculations,​ from user input, from the Keychain, by searching other variables, from the clipboard or Named Clipboards, as the result of scripts, and from many other sources.\\ For more details, see [[manual:​Variables|Variables]]. |
 | Z-order | refers to the order of windows from frontmost to furthest back | | Z-order | refers to the order of windows from frontmost to furthest back |
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