Acronym Management Tool with pre-built 35, 000-acronym database. It finds the definition of an acronym with a click of your mouse, in any application: word processors, web browsers, emails, etc. Effortlessly controls acronym use in your document.
Version: 2.0Never stop working to search for an acronym definition again.
License: Free To Try $79.99
Operating System: Windows
Just click on an acronym while holding the Shift + Ctrl keys, and the definition will pop up in a small window allowing you to keep working - whether you are on the internet, within a word processing program, reading an email or working in other applications.
AcroWizard comes with a pre-built database of more than 35, 000 acronym definitions (demo version contains about 7, 000 IT definitions only).
AcroWizard learns as you work - and remembers: you can have an unlimited number of definitions for an acronym, and it will keep track of your Most Recently Used (MRU) definitions to suggest them first. Overtime, the 35, 000-definition database will increase and grow.
AcroWizard integrates with Microsoft Word and extends your favorite word processor with acronym management functionality and provides total acronym control in your documents.
It allows you to quickly build your database of acronyms out of your documents. Helps you write your document. Now you can see if an acronym is defined in a document and if so, then whether it is defined at first use or not.
This information can be included into the resulting table of acronyms.