This was wonderful at first, then extremely annoying when the nag screens kept telling me that the program had determined 'commercial use'. Huh? Just normal macro insertions once or twice a day in Word documents. The developer needs to lighten up on this a bit. Also, formatting usually goes to Times New Roman when used in Outlook. Too bad. Could have been a great help.
The software developer responded to this review on Apr 24, 2008:
Thank you for sharing your experience with PhraseExpress. PhraseExpress is free-of-charge for personal use and the program is determining commercial by the phrase contents.
Unfortunately, this detection mechanism was far too sensitive and we improved it in the latest version.
It would be great if you would give PhraseExpress a second chance. Our apologies for the trouble you may have experienced.
PhraseExpress chooses the formatting as currently set in the target application. If you set the font to another font of your choice in Outlook, PhraseExpress would use that setting. Alternatively, you can store the text formatting along with the phrase if you set the corresponding option when saving the text snippet in PhraseExpress. More information: http://manual.phraseexpress.com#create
The PhraseExpress Team