Simple but clean interface
After a quick installation process during which there are no special events that you need to pay attention to, you can launch the application and begin working with it.
TypeText's interface is fairly simple and straight-forward, making it very approachable for people of all levels of experience, meaning that even if you have never used a similar tool before, you will not have a tough time figuring out how to handle it.
When closed, the program can optionally minimize to the notification area, allowing you to keep it handy for whenever you need to input text, but without it interfering with your regular activities.
Add multiple notes and paste them into your text as needed
To get started, you will need to enter the text you regularly work with, be it in the shape of a sentence, words or lengthier pieces of text, enabling you to separate them through spaces, carets or other means. The entries can be edited at any moment, and saved to a TPT document for later use.
This allows you to create multiple documents for different purposes, like data entry, form completion, responding or sending emails, saving them to your computer and using them whenever you need to speed up your work.
After creating your 'database' of usable entries, you can just press CTRL+B in any text editor you prefer working with and TypeText will display a small window, letting you select the sentence or word that you wish to type, entering it for you with just a click.
Reliable multi-clipboard tool
To conclude, TypeText is a useful utility that functions as a clipboard assistant, enabling you to keep all the information you regularly use at hand, inputting it in just a few button presses, thus saving you valuable time and effort.
Reviewed by Marina Dan on March 1st, 2014
Also available: TypeText Portable
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- Ability to change font size in the dropdown list
- Small improvements
Application descriptionTypeText is an intuitive utility that can help you improve your work performance. This small tool types text itself in...