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How do I insert a phrase into the document without typing a keyword?
 

What if there are some phrases that you use only once a month or even less often? Can you then remember a keyword? Type Pilot allows you to find such phrases and to insert them into your current document.

All you have to do is to open the main window (double-click on the program icon in the system tray). Then find and select an appropriate phrase:


 

You then click the Space button, or right-click the phrase and select Type Phrase from the context menu.

The main window is minimized again, and the selected phrase is inserted into your current document.


 

 

 

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