Show your hands you care. Assign usernames, passwords,
applications, Web sites, and other items to a single key (also
known as creating a macro), and use it in applications where you
repeatedly type the same thing, such as creating HTML code or
writing standard e-mail messages.
You can define up to 50 of these single-key “buttons.” The
program can automatically type in the time, date, month, or day of
the week as well. The Professional version includes the group
options menu, which allows you to create, edit, and delete groups
of macros and password-protect groups that contain sensitive
information, such as log-ins or credit card numbers. A Network
version allows you to share groups of macros with other users.