Spell Check Anywhere comes with Speed Typing, or auto-expand typing. This means that you can define a keyword that when typed, in any Windows program, expands to full text you define for it. If you have in your work situations where you need to type the same text repeatedly, you can use Speed Typing to do it instead of using copy/paste or retyping everything each time.
In short you can define a word, lets say “findus” to expand to “Please go to the end of the hall on floor 3, turn right at the elevator. Our office is next to the copy machine.”. Then whenever you type “findus” and press the space bar, the text “Please go to the….” be inserted into the program you are using. Speed Typing works with all Windows programs.
How Speed Typing (Auto-Expand) Works Video
Transcript of Video
Hello, this is Tracy with Spell Check Anywhere.
I am going to show you the functions of Speed Typing (auto-expand typing) that comes with Spell Check Anywhere.
Speed Typing allows you to define keywords and auto-replace expanded text for them.
So when a keyword is typed in a given program, it is auto-replaced with the expanded text that you defined.
Here is an example.
I am double clicking on Spell Check Anywhere icon to open the menu.
Selecting Speed Typing…
This is the speed typing setup Window. Here you define the keywords, and expanded text.
Clicking add new keyword.
Typing a keyword and clicking ok.
Now, I am typing the expanded text for the keyword. When done, clicking save.
OK. Now, Click close.
I am waiting a few seconds for Spell Check Anywhere to get loaded with the new keyword, and opening up Notepad for testing.
Typing the keyword in notepad, straight through and clicking the space key.
As you see the text has been inserted in place of the keyword.
It works like this in all applications.
You can also use the F9 hotkey to bring up the menu of Speed Typing, and select the keyword from the menu.
Here, I’ll show you.
The keywords and expanded text can be anything you want. In the expanded text you can include images, formatted text or plain text.
Thank you for watching.