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Ever find yourself typing the same things over and over on
Maybe you type the same blocks of text into your email
messages thirty times a day.
Or maybe you find it hard to remember a long website
address and never seem to get all the characters correct
when you type it into your web browser’s address bar.
Not too long ago, I came to the startling realization that
I spent over 45 minutes every single day just on completing
repetitive email tasks.
Bottom line: that amounts to over 273 hours a year doing
the same things over and over again – talk about a waste of
Much to my delight, I recently discovered a free software
program anyone can use that instantly gave me back almost
all of that wasted time!
With email, I found myself answering the same questions
I spent way too much time retyping or hunting down the
answer so I could copy and paste it into my reply.
On the surface, a task that takes only 30 seconds to
complete might not seem like a time waster, but if you
perform that task 100 times throughout the day you will
chew up almost an hour on repetitive activity.
What if you could reduce that time by 90% or more?
What if you could claim that time back and use it for
other, more important things?
Well now you can because a free software program called
“ShortKeys” helps you reclaim the time you waste on most
repetitive typing tasks.
Log on to www.shortkeys.com/lite.htm and download the free
version of the program, which offers all the features most
of us will ever likely need or use.
“ShortKeys” is a macro utility, which means it performs
repetitive tasks for you.
In this case, it allows you to set up replacement text or
paragraphs for any given number of keystroke combinations
you can define.
For example, I set mine up so whenever I type 7faq into an
email message, the program automatically inserts six
paragraphs with the most frequently asked questions I get
from people surfing my www.7dayebook.com site.
The program quietly monitors your typing activity and, any
time you type in a pre-defined keystroke combination, the
program will automatically insert the replacement text.
You can use the program with email, word processing, web
browser, and even with your web page editor.
You simply choose a word and associate it with the
replacement text. ShortKeys will then insert virtually
anything you could type, including: simple sentences;
extremely long web addresses; single paragraphs; even
several paragraphs up to 3000 characters long.
Not only do you save time by not manually typing in the
sentence or paragraphs, but you will greatly reduce the
inevitable errors and typo’s all of us make.
I don’t normally get this excited about a free piece of
software, but if you ever find yourself typing the same
text over and over, get a copy of this program and start
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