Recently, Smile software updated its TextExpander beta for Windows. This is a big update, making TextExpander on Windows look and feel like its Mac counterpart. In normal use the beta is definitely more reliable and makes editing snippets easier. Having all your snippets available on all platforms is an added plus. TextExpander is one of … Continue reading TextExpander Windows beta update
Did you know the iPhone offers an easy way to sign PDFs? I find in my practice that I often need a client to review and sign a document. This can sometimes cause issues for my clients as they don’t have easy access to a printer and scanner. This can add delay to getting a … Continue reading How to sign a PDF using your iPhone
Introduction Anyone who tracks time likely uses certain phrases numerous times per day. While each time entry is unique, it often contains similar components. Those repeated phrases are prime candidates for automated text expansion. Faster billing entries are essential in today's fast moving environment. I use and recommend TextExpander (iOS) and TextExpander (Mac) (there’s also … Continue reading Use TextExpander For Faster Billing Entries
Lawyers: How many times has this happened you? A client requests what information he or she needs to provide before your initial meeting. You think it through, and draft an email or letter with a list of the requested information. You send the email or letter, happy to be done with the task. To take … Continue reading What do to when a client asks: what information do I need to provide?
I've been wanting a quick way to insert a checkbox (☐) character into a text file. TextExpander to the rescue. I created the snippet from from my Mac to find the character I wanted, but it will now work on iOS too. First, you need to be able to view the Character Viewer on your Mac. … Continue reading Add a checkbox shortcut to TextExpander