When I'm not bringing you news of interesting freeware for Gizmo's, one of my other jobs is as a system administrator for a collection of servers running Microsoft Sharepoint 2010. Consequently, just about every sentence I type into Google or an email message tends to include the phrase "Sharepoint 2010" somewhere in it.
All of which recently prompted me to look for a simple, free Windows utility that would let me record the phrase "Sharepoint 2010" and assign it to a keyboard combination of my choosing. And after looking at a number of such programs, I've settled on something called Clavier+ because it's very easy to use.
Once you run the program, it sits in the system tray until you need it. When you click on its icon, up pops a screen similar to the one shown below. To add my entry, I clicked on the "+" button, chose a hotkey (I used Ctrl-Alt-S but you can use whatever you like), specified the text, and pressed OK. Job done. From now on, if I press Ctrl-Alt-S in a Google search, or in Microsoft Word, or indeed any other program or web site, my chosen text gets inserted.
Clavier+ is a 0.5 MB download and runs just fine on Windows 7 or below. It's free of malware, according to VirusTotal, and you can download it from http://www.softpedia.com/progDownload/Clavier-Download-51434.html. Both 32- and 64-bit versions are available.