You can turn into a speed typist INSTANTLY with Quick-Type, the world's only typing automation tool. Stop typing - START LIVING! Quick-Type allows you to reclaim time to enjoy the things life was made for.
Sep 13, 2011 19:57:36
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Description: Start typing 100 times faster... IMMEDIATELY!
You can turn into a speed typist INSTANTLY with Quick-Type, the world's only typing automation tool.
How long do you spend typing the same things over and over again? An amazing 70% of our computer typing is taken up by repetitive tasks. E-mail signatures, Web forms, standard replies, routine letters... who's betting you currently waste HOURS every day typing the same old things.
Well... listen up for some GREAT NEWS!
Quick-Type can automate your typing for you. You simply give Quick-Type all the common pieces of text you type, along with a keyword for each of them. Then whenever you type that keyword in future, it gets replaced with your text... literally saving you DAYS every single month!
Stop typing - START LIVING! Quick-Type allows you to reclaim time to enjoy the things life was made for. And it's one of the easiest and most flexible utilities you'll ever use. Here are a few of its features:
Works with ANY version of Windows, from Windows 95 to Windows XP
Automatically types your text into ANY application... Word, Internet Explorer, ANYTHING!
World-leading application with premium customer support
BONUS: Quick-Type ALSO supports hotkeys and popup menus for even quicker typing!
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