Thursday, August 13, 2009

FastFox Word Expander - Complete Medical Transcription Quickly & Easily

One of our oldest and most popular applications is Express Scribe transcription playback software. This is a popular transcription software utility for typists but it is only of the applications we have that a transcriptionists should consider for their arsenal. Anyone who does large volumes of typing for anything from a legal office to medical transcription or customer support where you need to type out the same thing repeatedly will also find the FastFox Typing Expander a priceless typing utility.

 FastFox word expander software

If you are looking for a faster way to type out complex phrases or more efficiently download FastFox Typing Expander then create your own shortcut hot key commands for all the common phrases, words or responses you want to store. Add complex legal or medical terminology to reduce misspelling and mistakes for added efficiency.

  1. Open FastFox and click on the green '+' icon, or press CTR+N (CMD+N on Mac) to create a new shortcut.
  2. Enter the shorthand abbreviation for the shortcut in the "Keyword" field
  3. If you need complex formatting such as color, font and weight (e.g. bold or italics) select "Rich Text" from the drop down menu.
  4. Place your complex medical term or other text in the "Expansion" field
  5. Save and repeat for all the terminology you want shorthand expanders for
  6. Then with FastFox running in the background you can use your new shortcut in any word processor, your shorthand will automatically expand for you.

Tip: Avoid using common words for your shortcuts since every time you type one of your shortcuts FastFox will expand it with your linked text.


  1. It's a free hassle job compared to others... all you need is talk and have the accuracy of issuing medicine to a certain caller...

  2. A lot of people are actually scared of some of the medical transcription software or technology out there. Some say that it might actually replace those professionals working in the field already but, I still think we will still need the professionals out there regardless of whatever software for the field it is they invent