Keyboard Express is a robust Windows keyboard macro utility that saves time and reduces errors by automating repetitive computer tasks.
Record keystrokes or build a sequence of steps for the computer to play back. Then, with the push of a key or two, run the macro sequence at a much faster speed than can be produced manually. Save time and significantly reduce errors whenever the macro is run. Create a number of macros and watch your productivity skyrocket.
Keyboard Express has over 800 hot keys available for initiating macros. Use the shortkey activation method by typing a letter sequence of 2 - 32 characters to activate the macro. Utilize the scheduling options to run a macro at practically any time or interval required. Schedule macros to do work for you while out running an errand or even while sleeping.
Use macros to insert text or international characters. Write answers to frequently asked questions and save them as macros. Instead of retyping responses to each repetitive email question, just press a hotkey. Create boilerplate text for price quotes, job orders, etc.
Copy and paste data from one application to another. Run macros in a repeat loop to plow through mind numbing tasks. Launch programs, create reminders, open web pages, and much more.
The Quick Macros feature provides an easy way to automate standard Windows functionality. Create macros in seconds to shut down or reboot the computer, open Control Panel applets or other Windows folders, such as the Startup, Printer or My Computer folders. Perform web searches, minimize or restore all open windows and much more.
Give it a try and see for yourself how much time Keyboard Express will save.
Pentium or equivalent or greater CPU, 30 MB free hard disk space
Updated with many new enhancements and bug fixes. Typing text is now more reliable. Improved Advanced Installation options. Enhanced the Alt-Key Sequence feature. Fixed a problem where extra blank lines were added when a macro contained certain keys w
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