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Old 07-15-2008, 01:11 PM   #1 (permalink)
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So I thought some people may be interested in this...I know I was when someone told me about it.

If you type "mypin" it will automatically put your pin in there. If you type "myemail" same thing I believe. I know LD = time, I'm sure there are more...
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ld is local date, lt is local time. they are found under options > autotext
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Those are all included in AutoText... very good to know. I use those and ones I programmed often... mycell = my cellphone#, myadd = my address, etc.
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