I am sorry I am not working up to speed. I am sorry I’ve disappointed you today. I am a sloth.
I am so sorry.
I bet I type that same letter to EB at least 4 times a week. So, when I discovered PhraseExpress, I was delighted! Now, instead of typing that same old tripe to EB four or five times a week, I just open PhraseExpress and locate my trusty “standard-EB” signature , paste it in an email and click “Send”. Takes all of 2 seconds and I can go back to watching my soap operas and pining for the good old days when we had a little money and EB was, therefore, nicer to me. Seems she blames me for everything these days. Why, just last week her TV went out and she sent me a surly letter. Of course, I had a ready-made response stored in my PhraseExpress:
I am not responsible for electronic outages, snow storms, or burnt toast.
As always, I am innocent.
Please find someone else to blame.
Your loyal partner,
I use the latter letter a lot (such alliteration!). It has such a sweet-sounding ending. How can she remain angry with me when I send such nice things to her?
Do you have phrases, signatures, or quotations you insert over and over in your emails, documents, blogs, or social networking sites? Phrase Express will save you tons of time. It even has its own spel cheker so yew dont go makking a lot of stoopid miss steaks.
You might have used a “clipboard manager” before, but you’ve never used one as nice or as full-featured as Phrase Express.
It even has a “buzzword generator” – see?
integrate collaborative applications
synthesize sticky networks
exploit scalable eyeballs
Wow! Look at those buzzwords! They almost sound like snippets from some of my essays, don’t they?
You like quotes? Yes, PhraseExpress has them – and you can add your favorites too and paste them all over -until they’re ubiquitous.
“When you come to a fork in the road, take it.” ~ Yogi Berra
Who would have ever guessed that a former NY Yankee’s catcher would end up being a respected philosopher?
Well, we could go on and on and on about the many things you can use PhraseExpress for but that is not necessary. You need to try it for yourself – but before you do, remember that PhraseExpress is free for home use only – any other use requires a license, which is not free.
You need to learn more about PhraseExpress too. It can do a lot more nifty things than we’ve covered here. So please do visit this page and read more about Phrase Express. And, yes, you can download it from there too. Phrase Express is FREE for personal/home use.
Works with Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7 (32bit/64bit)
Both a paid version and a free version available. We are reviewing the free version.