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shortcut to type address

Is there anyway that I can hit a few keys and have it type my e mail address? I have tried copying it and then paste, but loose it if I copy anything else. JIM

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Dear Jim,

There are copy-paste utilities which allow you to store several tens of text, but the trouble you'd have to go through, downloading, installing, and setting up your copy/paste email adress does not seem worth it.

What the utility does ia allow you to paste whatever you preset to something like "crtl+1". I don't think windows provides you with such a utility.

If it's really that important to you, try looking for a "shortcut keyboard copy paste" utility in google or download.com

-AInTeL

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shortcut to paste my address

I typed in and highlighted my address on note pad. Saved it to desktop. Dragged icon from desk top down to next to START. I click on the icon, highlight the address that comes up and hit control C then I can hit control V any where i want to place it. works fine where you have to verify a few times

JIm

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