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August 12, 2002

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My name is Steve and I'm a freewareolic.

If you're like most people you probably type the same phrases or addresses over and over throughout the day. Well you can save a lot of key strokes by setting up macros in the various programs you use or you could simply use RoboType 3. It allows you to set up all your phrases just once and it works with most windows applications.

Windows calculator is a decent basic calculator but its missing a history of all the figures entered. With TapeCalc 2 you can record each figure and result to keep track of calculations and correct errors. Another 5 star application!

Ever wish there was an easy way to spell check things you post to forms in IE? Well you can with ieSpell. It's a free spell check add-on for use with IE or AOL. You can spell check any text you post to message boards, blogs, and most other forms you use in Internet Explorer.

Are you using IE 6? Miss all the IE power toys that were available from Microsoft in version 5? Then you need "My IE Power Toys" available at DigitalDJ's Microsoft PowerToys for Windows XP & More Most of them work on IE6 but should also work on IE4 or higher!

RoboType 3: star.gif star.gif star.gif star.gif star.gif (5 out of 5 stars)
TapeCalc 2: star.gif star.gif star.gif star.gif star.gif (5 out of 5 stars)
ieSpell: star.gif star.gif star.gif star.gif (4 out of 5 stars)
DigitalDJ's Microsoft PowerToys for Windows XP & More: star.gif star.gif star.gif star.gif (4 out of 5 stars)

Posted in Software & Downloads by usrbingeek at 2002-08-12 11:39 ET (GMT-5) | 0 Comments | Permalink



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