Inserting a phrase without remembering and typing a keyword

In Type Pilot, you can store frequently used text and insert it into your message with ease.

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:

Find a phrase in Type Pilot without remembering a Keyword

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.

The selected phrase is inserted into your document


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