You can press text shortcut like ctrl+c, ctrl+v, ctrl+x to copy, paste, cut text in the text editor. Can we create a shortcut to type a specified text?
It seems that there isn't' a way to configure shortcuts to insert frequently used text in Windows XP/7.
The keyboard shortcut tool KeyExtender can help you to create text shortcut easily and quickly, such as username shortcut, password shortcut, email address shortcut.
For example, you could customize shortcut keys to input your email address
- Download and install KeyExtender
- Open KeyExtender on the desktop
- Press shortcut key(like F2) in the left
- Select TypeText in the right dropdown box
- Input your email address assigned to the shortcut
- Click OK button and click Active
After activation, when pressing the text shortcut F2 , the system will input the assigned text to the shortcut. You just insert the frequently used text by one keystroke.
The tool support Windows series OS, including Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP.
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