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Activewords in the N.Y. Times

By October 5, 2004web-tech

My friend Buzz has got to be happy with this passage about his great software product that appeared recently in the N.Y. Times:

“THE most striking improvement in basic computer function comes with ActiveWords, $19.95 for the basic version and $49.95 for the advanced, from a small company of the same name in Winter Park, Fla. Most computer users understand the concept of macros, or shortcuts – abbreviations the computer expands into full words or phrases. ActiveWords applies that concept to nearly everything you would like the computer to do.”

I have said many times that I use Activewords on my work computer (a Windows OS computer) and I couldn’t function anymore without Activewords. If you like to be efficient then you need Activewords.


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