Some of the glossary files supplied with Instant Text are provided as examples. Others have more general usage and cover different fields.
They differ in the type of language they use and also in size:
|Address.glo||0 Words||3 Phrases|
|AgesV.glo||0 Words||108 Phrases|
|Business.glo||4130 Words||936 Phrases|
|Contract.glo||376 Words||897 Phrases|
|Demo.glo||60 Words||70 Phrases|
|Empty.glo||0 Words||0 Phrases|
|Internet.glo||51 Words||38 Phrases|
|Legal.glo||3230 Words||1118 Phrases|
|Shorts.glo||0 Words||143 Phrases|
|Shorts2.glo||0 Words||30 Phrases|
|Single10.glo||257 Words||0 Phrases|
|Single_De.glo||167 Words||0 Phrases|
|Single_Fr.glo||133 Words||0 Phrases|
|US.glo||223 Words||72 Phrases|
|World.glo||411 Words||88 Phrases|
The address glossary gives a brief example of what an address glossary may look like. Once you develop your own address glossary, you will be able to write any address by typing only a few letter, and with Instant Text they expand into the entire address.
This glossary contains abbreviations for age-related terms.
It is intended to be included in or merged with other glossaries.
All ages appear with digits in [Phrases]. For example, "y2" produces "2-year-old" and "y20" produces
The business glossary contains the most frequent words and phrases used in business letters. It contains over 900 very commonly used phrases like "for example" or "as a matter of fact", "on the other hand" etc.
The contract glossary contains legal language and may give you an idea of how frequently used phrases can be typed with only a few keystrokes. It illustrates the kind of continuations you may get with legal language.
The Demo glossary has long words such as supercalifragilisticexpialidocious, which you can write with just two letters, and formatted entries such as green or red. It also includes a few stock phrases that you may use when challenged to show your speed ("Now is the time..." and "The quick brown fox...").
The Empty glossary gives you the structure of an Instant Text glossary file that is ready to be filled with whatever you want to have in it, should you decide to do glossary entries one by one. You can rename it and make it your personal glossary.
The Internet glossary contains frequent e-mail extensions like @worldnet.att.net and web site addresses for car rentals or hotel reservations. You type "her;" and get the Hertz reservation site or "sh" and get the Sheraton web site address.
The Legal glossary contains frequently used words and legal terms. This may be used as a starting glossary that can be merged with or included in more specific glossaries automatically compiled from existing documents.
The Shorts glossary can be merged or included into a glossary when you want to expand with the space bar. It prevents unwanted expansions for "at", "on", "if", "cold", etc.
The Shorts2 glossary only contains two letter words and offers an alternative solution to prevent unwanted expansions when using expansion with the space bar.
Single10 contains the 10 most frequent short words starting with each of the 26 letters of the alphabet ("x" is used for words starting with "ex" like "except"). For these words you only need to type the first letter. Single10 is automatically used by Instant Text to supply one-letter abbreviations.
Single10 can be selected in the Options/Singles menu. It is then automatically used when reopening Instant Text.
The Single_De glossary contains an average of seven of the most frequent German words per letter in the alphabet. For these words you only need to type the first letter.
Single_De can be selected in the Options/Singles menu. It is then automatically used to supply the German one-letter abbreviations when reopening Instant Text.
The Single_Fr glossary contains an average of five of the most frequent French words per letter in the alphabet. For these words you only need to type the first letter.
Single_Fr can be selected in the Options/Singles menu. It is then automatically used to supply the French one-letter abbreviations when reopening Instant Text.
The US glossary contains names of cities and states in North America.
The world glossary contains names of cities, states, and countries of the world. No need to look up their spelling!
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