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Are you constantly replying to a lot of e-mail messages? Answer the same questions again and again in forums? Often fill web forms? Does it take much of your time and effort? Quick Reply is ready to take all the work upon itself and to spare you all those tiring re-writings of similar phrases and even entire messages! Quick Reply is a tool that provides you with everything you need to quickly compose e-mail messages or any other texts consisting of frequently used sentences.

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