For example, you want to insert picture into email or to a document using Type Pilot:
1. Copy the picture into the Clipboard. In this case, you can right click the picture and select the Copy menu.
2. In Type Pilot, click the New Phrase button to create a new phrase and insert the picture. You can do it by using Edit | Paste menu.
3. Define a keyword, for example, signn, for the picture. Click OK.
4. Now if you type in signn in any word processor that supports OLE objects, such as Microsoft Word or Microsoft Outlook with rtf formatting, the picture is automatically inserted:
(if you insert picture into email, first set the email to HTML format).
You can insert any OLE object this way, such as a WAVE file or a fragment of an Excel table. So you can use Type Pilot as your usual PIM (personal information manager) and keep any information there.
Note that OLE objects can be inserted into only a word processor that supports OLE objects, such as Microsoft Word or Microsoft Outlook with rtf formatting.