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Type of program: Clipboard Utility
Supported platforms: Win 95/98/NT
Company name: BTS Unlimited
Authors e-mail address:
Version: 4.0.8
Cost: $22.50
Installed size: 4 MB


God, this program is fantastic, and if any of you have ever read any of my reviews, you know I HATE utilities, not to mention the fact that I have been known to blow up my hard drive attempting to use a utility. [To me utilities are the gas co. the electric co, etc and I don't mess with them either!] But this program-wow.

I have long wanted something that would allow me to hit one key, and have my e-mail address typed out for me, [don't they call that a macro?] but no one I know knows how to do that. And I love to cruise the freebie pages. [somewhere, one night tucked into some freebie page is how I discovered Shareware Junkies-ahhh memories] Anyway, freebie pages are some of the worst for wanting your name, address, etc, and everybody wants your user ID or e-mail address and password. I always know I've been up too late having fun when I discover I can't even light a cigarette anymore cause my hands and wrists are so sore.

Well, here is the answer. You can type in-once and ONLY once-up to 12 single lines, 12 multi-line entries, and up to 200 web sites, with the URL, user ID's and passwords just ONE click away. There is also a page of this 4 page always on top lil godsend where you can put in all your personal information, phone number address and all.

Believe it or not, I have almost got this thing completely figured out-ALL BY MYSELF. By using both mouse buttons, you can shift from one field to another, then putting the cursor on the line to be typed and left clicking will put in the information that is on the highlite line. In options, it has something even better, [now this is a little harder] it's called auto advance, auto tab, and auto carriage. When these are turned on, instead of having to advance the fields by right clicking, they will TADA auto-do-their-thing! I had some trouble with these at first, but it had been a rough weekend, and I think I was double-clicking or something silly like that.

If you have ever paid attention to anything I have said-try this program, you can download it for free, and try it out for 30 days, then you must register it. I think you'll really like it. Now if you'll excuse me, I have to go whine at my old man some more-need registration money!

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Reviewed by Stormy Strock

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