We interrupt Paul’s blog for something non-political.
I’m a bit of a software geek, especially if said software makes life easier.
Think about how many times you type the same words or phrases over and over. How cool would it be if you could type those phrases with a lot fewer keystrokes? That’s where Phrase Expander comes in. Instead of typing “Thanks for contacting us. We’ll get back to you with a quote by the end of the week” how about typing “Th” and one more key and seeing that phrase typed quickly and perfectly?
It’s that easy. What sets Phrase Expander apart from other similar programs is that you don’t have to remember your abbreviations. Just start typing. If you type one of your abbreviations, the program will alert you and give you the opportunity to complete your phrase.
Phrase Expander includes an auto correct function, so if you type “teh” it’s automatically corrected to “the.”
There’s a trial version so you can try it out and various pay options if you like the program. Give it a try and save yourself a whole lot of hassle.
I have no connection whatsoever to the developer of this software. In the future, I’ll tell you about some other programs I find useful.