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InTouch is an Address Book...

InTouch is a free-form information manager. Instead of separate fields for each piece of information, InTouch uses just two data entry fields. Most people use InTouch as a contact manager and use the first field for names and addresses and the second field for phone numbers and notes. The second field can hold up to 14 pages of notes that can be time and date stamped to allow you to track conversations, projects or other notations.

InTouch is Free-form...

InTouch offers a refreshing alternative to predefined structured personal information managers or "design your own" databases for keeping information organized with your Macintosh. Sophisticated, but simple to use, InTouch offers a very straight forward way to put information to use.

Free-form is better...

The big advantage to free-form is that you can enter data very rapidly, and InTouch gladly takes whatever information you type. You don't have to worry about how long an address is or how many lines it takes. Foreign addresses present no problem for InTouch. You simply use as many lines as you need, in the order that makes sense to you.

A bigger advantage to free-form is the ability to enter any kind of information. Whether it's recipes, URL's, e-mail messages or miscellaneous notes, InTouch handles them all! Locating information in InTouch is fast and easy since every word is a Key Word.

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InTouch has a feature called Snap that allows InTouch to interact with other software applications. Without InTouch being open, Snap allows you to add information to your InTouch data file and to retrieve information from your file to paste into almost any Macintosh software product.
This feature is most commonly used to "Snap" an address into a word processing document. Where the addressee is in your InTouch data file, this is done by simply typing the name, highlighting the name and hitting a user definable "hot-key" to retrieve the address from InTouch. Conversely, where the addressee is a new contact, you can type the name and address into the document, highlight the information and use a "hot-key" to automatically add the information to your InTouch file.

The Snap feature is unique to InTouch and, along with InTouch's free-form design, enables you to use InTouch as a central repository for "on-the-fly" gathering of all sorts of diverse information in addition to just names and addresses. If you can highlight text, you can automatically add it to your InTouch file.

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