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Review: PhraseExpress 9 adds application-specific macro features

At a Glance

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  • PhraseExpress

    Business users should use PhraseExpress vigorously during the trial to see if it's worth 50 dollars to them, while non-business user will get a lot of utility from the free version.

At a Glance

Business users should use PhraseExpress vigorously during the trial to see if it's worth 50 dollars to them, while non-business user will get a lot of utility from the free version.

Pros

  • A big time-saver
  • Configurable
  • Application-specific menus

Cons

  • Some interface oddities
  • Tray access is inconvenient
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