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Activewords in the N.Y. Times

By October 5, 2004websites

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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