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Cut keystrokes with ‘shorthand’ software

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Imagine typing only about half of what you do now. With typing-expansion software, you can turn words you type often into abbreviations. For example, type “t” for “the,” and “ty” for “thank you.”

What shorthand did for handwritten note-taking, this software can do for typing. The software must learn which words you’d like it to auto-expand.

The more words you program into the list, the faster you type. 

Tools to choose from:

Those programs work in any application you’re typing in. Which means you can save time and worry less about typos, whether you’re using e-mail, spreadsheets or Word.

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