TypeText is a free software that helps to automatically insert commonly used words, or lines while working with applications, like MS Word, Notepad, WordPad etc. Thus, with almost any text editor software, you can use it to prevent typing same text again and again. This will help you a lot to save your precious time as well as improve the productivity. You can insert needed text on its interface and whenever you want to use that text, just press Ctrl+B in any editor to use that word.
As visible in screenshot below, a small window containing all inserted words will be visible to you whenever you will press the hotkey in a text editor.
How To Use This Freeware To Automatically Insert Text To Applications?
TypeText runs in system tray silently, so that you can use it anytime. After you have installed it on PC, you can run it using the start menu. Access its download link at the end of this review.
Open its interface by clicking on its tray icon and start typing the text, that you need multiple times. Palette can also be used with text. For example, while working on an application, if you want to insert a text and jump to next line automatically, then you can use Return icon after a particular text available in Palette (like highlighted in screenshot below).
In the similar way, you can use other Palette icons. Multiple icons are available to use, like Delete, tab, backspace, end, home, up, etc. If you don’t want to use Palette, ignore it, or simply hide it using View menu.
The inserted text can also be exported as *.tpt file, so that you can import it back to its interface, when required. After inserting all the text, you can close its interface, and it will start running in system tray. Now you can open any text editor and can use Ctrl+B hotkey to open a small window containing all text, inserted by you on TypeText interface. Select a required word and press enter. That text will be inserted immediately and automatically.
TypeText is useful for all those users who need to type common words according to their work, like words/lines available in a script. Just a hotkey is needed to select the word to insert at required place. However, you could face problem if you have to Bold a text, while TypeText is running. So, this improvement is expected that a custom hotkey option should be provided.