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Speed Dial can be used as a contact book to store detailed information about all your friends and acquaintances, allowing you to quickly find the phone number you need and dial it without having to look the contacts up.
Stores all your contacts in a single place
The application’s main interface displays a structured table where all the contacts are displayed, along with their short description. It can store up to five phone numbers for each contact and five different notes, which should be more than enough for any user.
Adding a new entry to the database is just a matter of completing a form with the desired name, description and the phone numbers, each with its extension and note. Address book entries can be deleted just as easy. With just a click, you can alphabetically sort the items in ascending or descending order.
Connect to a modem and dial a phone number
Speed Dial is designed for those who want to find a phone number without having to look it up within their handheld address book. It helps you organize contact-related data and comes with options to connect your computer to a modem via a COM port, which enables you to quickly dial a stored phone number and call anyone in your address list.
You can optionally send Speed Dial to the system tray if you want it to run in the background, without interfering with your work. And when you need to call someone via a modem, simply load it and use the address book to find the desired phone number. Unfortunately, it does not include a search option, so you just have to look for the contact manually.
A useful virtual address book
Speed Dial is an easy to use contact book that you can use to store all your contacts in a single place. It can connect to a modem to make calls, but you can also use it as a plain, simple address book.
Updates: official site does not provide any info about changes in this version
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