We're always looking for ways to improve the way we work. Ideally, if we could turn everything in to a shortcut, our work would consist of assigning tasks and macros to keyboard commands. This is possible. You can create a macro to automate a task. For instance, if you have to manually process a number of files, every day, you could create macro that automates this procedure. The result is, the next time you want to process the files, you run the macro or a keyboard shortcut.
AutoHotKey 1.0.47 is a tool that will enable you to assign commands, macros and tasks to various keyboard shortcuts. You can also improve your work by writing abbreviated words, which AutoHotKey will automatically expand. For instance, 'BTW' could automatically become 'by the way', so you're email doesn't appear that's written in such a casually manner.
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