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    macros for mac?
    Keyexpress is a macro program for pc's. Is there such available for the mac?

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    Something like QuicKeys4 for Mac OS X ?
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    What exactly do you need the macros to do? It might be possible with Automator which is already installed on your Mac.
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    As I'm on forums a lot, I use a product called Typinator to store phrases I frequently use.

    Typinator is one of many such programs. In Snow Leopard you can even put a few phrases directly into the system, though its not as versatile as Typinator (et al).

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    Where do I find Typinator. I looked in applications and in utilities in applications and it is not in either of those places. What do I need it for: one example would be typing in a user name and password, an address, etc.

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    Here you go: Automatic text software - faster typing and fewer errors with Typinator. It's not included with your Mac and will set you back 20 euros (convert as necessary).
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