|Last updated:||15 April 2012|
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Publisher description for WinKeySim
WinKeySim stands for Windows Keyboard Simulator. It is a keyboard macro program that provides keyboard macro capabilities to practically any Windows program that accepts keyboard input. Generally speaking, if you can do it with the keyboard, you can probably create a WinKeySim macro to automate the task. WinKeySim puts an icon in the system tray or status area usually located on the bottom right of the screen next to the system clock. Right clicking the WinKeySim icon brings up a popup menu from which you select your macro. Simply select the macro and click on the Window of your target application where you would like the simulated keystrokes to be entered. WinKeySim simulates the keystrokes into the target application automatically for you. WinKeySim is great for login screens, chat programs, addresses, etc. You can even create interactive macros that will prompt you for input and then use that input in the macro.