The User Keywords dialog lets you define words, for which the Code Editor will use a special highlighting style. This is the style that is specified for the User reserved word element in Highlighting Settings.
|The style that is set for the User reserved word element overrides any other styles that may be applied to a word you added to user keywords.|
To open the dialog
Click Call the Panel Options Dialog on the Code Editor toolbar and then click User Keywords.
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Right-click somewhere in the Code Editor, select Panel Options from the context menu, and then select Panels > Code Editor > User Keywords on the left of the Options dialog.
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Select Tools > Options from the TestComplete main menu and then select Panels > Code Editor > User Keywords on the left of the Options dialog.
To specify keywords
You can edit the list of keywords like in a usual text editor, simply click somewhere within the window and type the needed keywords.
You can separate individual keywords in the list with any non-alphanumeric symbols, including line-breaks.