The experienced user will observe that a SuperBook has many similarities with Word’s built in QuickParts, AutoCorrect and AutoText functions. The main benefit to Pathagoras’ version is that it is universal.
•Unlike Word's features (which are typically computer bound), everyone on the network can easily point to the same SuperFolder and SuperGlossary.
•There is no limit to the type of information you can store in a SuperBook. Images, tables, highly formatted text. A SuperBook can handle it all.
•Since a SuperBook is just a Word document, you can take any component of it home with you to edit and refine it, just like any other Word document. (With QuickParts and AutoCorrect, you must be on the same computer, recall the term to a document, edit it and then re-save it. And to save it, you must remember the exact spelling of its name (AutoCorrect and QuckParts don't display the name of the term you are editing. It's just text on a screen.) Pathagoras' approach is much simpler because you are always working with a specific document, and its name is obvious.)
•Pathagoras does not dissuade the use of QuickParts, AutoCorrect or AutoText. Well, maybe QuickParts. Read more at this link.) They are wonderful tools for correcting your misspelling and completing words such as days of the week and months of the year. However, when it comes to storing universal large blocks of text, consider the SuperBook, or other Pathagoras text expander tools. (Use Pathagoras to complement Word’s offerings, not to supplant them.)