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travelingrae

inserting timestamps

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Looks like the Windows users have a way to create a hot key to easily enter time stamps. Is there a way to do this with the Mac version beyond going to Notes -- copy to clipboard -- time, and then pressing command-T in Word, which is so comically inefficient as to be useless? I've got a lot of clients now who want timestamps every 30 seconds and it takes forever to manually type them in.

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Rae

 

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The Mac shortcut to insert a timestamp is shift-command-T

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That doesn't work.

After reading finding out that some Windows users were also lacking the hot keys and resolving the issue through installation, I ended up trashing my copy of ES, redownloading, reinstalling, and reregistering. That did the trick. I now have the hotkeys and was able to set up CMD-E to copy the timestamp and then use CMD-V to paste it.

Thanks for your reply. It's appalling how much I pay for this  software that doesn't come with free customer support.

Rae

 

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