Spell Check Anywhere comes with Speed Typing. Text macros for all programs. The Speed Typing feature saves you typing or copy-and-pasting when it comes to text you repeat often. Speed Typing works in all applications, not just in the examples shown in Outlook.
Speed Typing lets you define a keyword and it’s associated full text. For instance, you can define the word “$techsup” (you do not need to start the with a $ sign) to equal some text. Whenever–and in whatever application–you type “$techsup” and press the space bar on your keyboard, Speed Typing replaces the word “$techsup” with the full text that you defined for it.
Below is an example of using three keywords defined. This example is in Outlook; however, Speed Typing works the same in any Windows program. The text below is the text you type, but watch it expand to the full text, shown in the second picture below.
Each speed typing keyword, in this example, “$thank, $techsup, and $sign”, was replaced with it’s full text, on the fly as the speed typing keywords were typed. Below is a picture of the final e-mail.
Speed Typing Settings:
You can add, edit or delete any speed typing keyword and its associated text.
Speed Typing With A Popup Menu:
In any application, you can also insert text of a speed typing keyword by pressing F9 on the keyboard. The speed typing menu will popup, shown below, and you can select the keyword from the menu– the keyword’s full text will be inserted into the program you are using.
You can change the F9 hotkey to any key you desire.