October 2007 – Vol. IV, Issue 9
Recommended Resource: Streamline Typing with Texter
I have recently begun using a simple utility on my computers called Texter. It is a text replacement program for Windows that allows me to create shortcuts that will replace the abbreviation with longer text at the press of a key. Texter is an exclusive f’ree download available at the blog www.lifehacker.com. So far, I have configured a date-time stamp, multiple email signatures, contact information, letter and email closings, standard html coding, even email text that I use frequently. It’s better than application-specific text replacement or autocomplete, because it can be used in any application you can type in, including your internet browser. According to the description page, “Texter saves you countless keystrokes.” I’m all for that!
Read more and download at http://lifehacker.com/software/texter/lifehacker-code-texter-windows-238306.php.