Written by John B. Williston
This macro uses the Macro Express shortkeys feature to create new “AutoCorrect” macros in Macro Express. For example, when I have to type the word ‘epistemologically’, I prefer to use a shortcut such as ‘epyy’ and let Macro Express type the much longer word.
To add a new “AutoCorrect” macro to my list of macros, I press Win+Ctrl+M, which activates the macro. The macro prompts me for the mnemonic to use (in this case ‘epyy’) and the text with which to replace it (in this case ‘epistemologically’). The macro then goes through the steps of generating an “AutoCorrect” macro, leaving the final decision to save to the user.
Download either the Macro Express 3 or Macro Express Pro version of the macro file and save it to your hard drive. If desired, import the macro into your existing macro file by clicking File, Import, Import Macros.
The Win+Ctrl+M macro activates the Macro Express Editor and goes through the steps needed to create a shortkey macro.
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