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Keyboard Express 3.0e

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Create macros to automate most common tasks!

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Windows AllPlatform :
USD $24.95Price :
2.56 MBFile Size :
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8/29/2003Date Added :
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Keyboard Express was fully tested by TopShareware Labs. It does not contain any kind of malware, adware and viruses.
Keyboard Express is a Windows keyboard macro utility. It allows you to issue just about any series of keystrokes to your windows applications with the touch of a key. These keystrokes can manually be entered in and assigned to over 700 hot keys. In addition, keystrokes can be captured “on the fly” as you are typing in one of your Windows applications. System date and times, symbols and more can be added for insertion into applications. Program activation, sound, repeats, delays, pauses and more can be included in your macros.

If you receive a number of e-mail messages, each requiring a similar response (price quotes, customer support, general inquiries, etc.), don’t re-type the same response over and over again. Type it once, assign a hot key and each time that response is required, just press the appropriate hot key. Your response is automatically placed into your e-mail reply. No more time consuming e-mail responses.

Use Keyboard Express to create e-mail taglines. Instead of retyping or copying/pasting after each e-mail response, press a hot key to insert the tagline.

If you enjoy entering Internet contests but find filling out the forms to be tedious, Keyboard Express will speed the process. Create hot keys for your favorite sweepstakes. Each time you return, press the hot key and the form is completed. No more typing out name, address, phone, e-mail, miscellaneous info, etc.


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KEYBOARD EXPRESS REVIEWS

    Keyboard express phones home
    Be aware that Keyboard express 3 and on phones home. This means it checks your registration with their central server. I found this by monitoring outgoing traffic when I noticed network activity when there should have been none. I will not keep software on my system that does this so I no longer use it and have removed it from my system. First phone home to check registrations, then what?
    Author: Johh on Wednesday, December 26, 2007
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