This documentation refers to PhraseExpress v16 beta. The documentation for current v15 is available here.

Gender specific phrases ("Gender-O-Matic")

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PhraseExpress can turn unpersonal generic templates, such as "He/She has received his/her invitation" into gender-specific phrases in no time. The same phrase can output "She has received her invitation" or "He has received his invitation" on a case-by-case basis.

If you enter the text contents of a new phrase in PhraseExpress and type a gender specific word in the phrase contents box, such as "he", "him", "his" "she","her", "hers", etc, PhraseExpress offers you to insert a generic placeholder instead.

If a phrase containing Gender-O-Matic placeholders is executed later, PhraseExpress prompts you which gender to use for this particular insertion and use that gender for the phrase contents.

You can use pre-configured macros for common gender-specific words or create your own Gender-O-Matic macros, e.g. "boy" vs "girl".

PhraseExpress auto-adapts the letter case, so you only need to use lower caps in the macros.

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