As you saw in the previous chapter, Kig allows you to create your own objects. Kig also makes sure that once you have created an object, it is saved on exit and loaded on startup. You do not have to manually save or load macro definitions. However, Kig does allow you to do more with the macros. If you select → from the menu, you will see a dialog where you can edit your types. It allows you to modify the existant types, delete types that are no longer used, export them to a file, or even load them from another file.