Create Custom Shortcuts
To add a new text shortcut in FastFox, enter both the shortcut keys and the text the shortcut will expand to.
Use Your Shortcut
With FastFox running, simply type your shortcut and it will automatically expand to your saved text.
Works in Any Program
Since FastFox runs in the background, shortcuts can be used in any program including word processors and email.
How does FastFox work?
Text Expansion and Image Insertion
FastFox is easy to use. Enter a frequently used phrase, such as, “Thank you. Have a nice day!” Select a keyboard shortcut such as ‘ty’ and save your new text shortcut. Next time you want to use the phrase, just type ty[spacebar] and it will expand to ‘Thank you. Have a nice day!’ You will be amazed at your increased productivity and fast typing.
Creating a shortcut to insert your company logo sized to 110px x 150px is just as simple. Enter the shortcut keys, such as ‘cologo’, and import the image. Enter the dimensions and save your shortcut.
Creating a Macro
Macros are for the more advanced user. Fortunately, those with a technical aptitude can easily share their macros with other FastFox users.
Use a combination of Ctrl, Alt and Shift with other keystrokes to create the shortcut keys for your macro, enter your command for the set of actions and save it.
Now you are ready to use the macro, sit back and watch the program work for you.
You may be wondering which phrases you use frequently throughout the day and where to begin creating shortcuts. FastFox pays attention to common phrases for you and will learn the phrases that you repeatedly type.
These frequently used phrases are then suggested to you as you type. With a double-click of the Ctrl key, FastFox will complete your thought and increase your productivity. Which leaves you free to move on to your next project.