How can i set a keyboard shortcut to paste a specified text always? ( windows 7)
I want to specify my password to a keyboard shortcut to use in logins.

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    Try something like FingerTips if you really want to. But it's not secure at all, so I suggest you use a password manager instead (e.g. Lastpass).
    – user416
    Nov 3, 2014 at 14:21
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    If you use voice recognition software Dragon NaturallySpeaking (Windows/Mac, non-free), you can create a voice command to paste some text, it's straightforward to do. Nov 3, 2014 at 15:07

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You can use AutoHotKey to bind any key combination to perform an action. In case of pasting text, you can use the Send command. Here is an example:

#g::Send p4ssw0rd

Save the above command in an ahk file and run. The hotkey Win+g now binds to the string p4ssw0rd. You can learn how to further configure the hotkeys in the tutorial

Note that this is not a safe way to store your passwords, since anyone using your computer could paste them in any text field.

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