Save hours of typing with Shorthand for Windows,
the award winning keyboard simulation, text assembly
and document preparation tool that works
on top of existing Microsoft Windows applications.
Shorthand Version 10 works with Windows XP, Windows Vista and Windows 7 and can simulate keystrokes into most Windows word processors and text input boxes.
Much more than just another abbreviation expander, Shorthand allows you to create interactive input screens and run powerful scripts for assembling text documents right inside your word processor!
Shorthand includes the powerful Tcl scripting engine which allows you to perform mathematical/date/time computations, parse text strings, read/write files and launch external applications.
Developed by OfficeSoft LLC, California, and first released in 1994, Shorthand is now used by tens of thousands of PC users all over the world.
Shorthand for Windows is designed to increase your typing speed and productivity by replacing frequently used words, phrases, paragraphs and complicated keyboard combination commands with a single command or keystroke. With commands YOU choose, you will never have to do repetitious typing ever again!
Here are just some of the examples that Shorthand can type in for you:
Shorthand is much more than a text expansion program; Shorthand's ability to display interactive dialog boxes with pick lists and input fields make it ideal for document assembly. For example if you have several credit cards, you can have Shorthand display a list of all your credit cards; select the credit card you want and have Shorthand type the information directly into your target application.
Shorthand is compatible with most Windows applications. All the key commands YOU choose are stored in the Shorthand for Windows dictionary, ready to be called up anytime you need it.
If your browser supports animated GIFs, this animation demonstrates
how Shorthand replaces
your keywords as you type:
Shorthand is not limited to simple text insertion; you can use Shorthand to make shortcut keys to run keyboard macros, launch other software programs and create interactive dialog boxes to read in user input.
Shorthand for Windows can help you: