You need a slightly different way of doing things. If you have a successful Backup Definition created and are using it in one of the many ways to do so, a slight change must be made. 1. With the Reflect User Interface in front of you and the BACKUP TAB selected on the left, <select> your Backup Definition in the RIGHT hand pane (don't open it, just select it> 2. From the ToolBar appeariing above your Definition area, <click> on the 2nd Icon from the RIGHT ("Create a shortcut of the selected file). 3. A small window will open. From the "Backup type" DropDown, select the "Prompt" option (it must be "Prompt" or the ShortCut being created will do whatever image you select here without the ability to comment). In the "Target" DATA field, enter the name you'd like to call your DeskTop SHortCut, then <click> OK. 4. EXIT Reflect. On your DeskTop you will find a Macrium ShortCut with the name you just gave it when you created it. For a quick test, feel free to <double-click> that ShortCut. Up will come a window that will allow you to select the type of image you wish to create and set your COMMENT to anything you wish. If you <click>ed FINISH at this point, your imaging operation would start using your selected backup definition information. If you don't want to image at this point, just <click> CANCEL. The DeskTop ShortCut may be placed as well on your START menu or your TaskBar as needed. That's about the easiest way to perform MANUAL images and comment them for later reference that I've found along the way.