I Know how to change labels, but I can't figure out if I can change the color of the titles in the apple menus folder.  I want to red highlight one of the titles.
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You cant change the color of their text. Thats just the way it is. Instead of coloring it red put a bullet in it title. option-8 is €.

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What I do is put a space before the name of the item(s) in the Apple Menu I use most often.  This space puts the item(s) at the top of the list.  If there is something you want to stand out even more put another space in front of it.  That will now goto the top of everything.  The more spaces you put the more hierarchys you can make.  Apple Menu will alphabetize them accordingly.
You can also use simpletext to put a return in front of the file. Open a new simpletext doc. Hit return to create 2 lines. Type the name of your doc. Select all. Paste into your doc name. The return will make it jump to the top of the list without the extra spaces in front of it.
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