How would you do that manually? Maybe with following steps:
- Select the word.
- Copy it to clipboard.
- Open the file with the list of words.
- Go to bottom of the file.
- Paste the word.
- Insert a line break.
- Close the list file with save.
Exactly this can be done also with a macro:
Open "name of list file with full path
What you want to do could be also done faster without a macro by using a user tool.
Open Advanced - Tool Configuration
and create a new tool with following settings:Tab Command
Menu Item Name: Add selection to list file
Command Line: echo %sel% >>
"name of list file with full path
Working Directory: select with the Browse button the direcotry of the list file - please really use the Browse button
Toolbar bitmap/icon (file path): whatever you like and haveTab Options
Program Type: Dos Program
Save Active File: unchecked
Save all files first: uncheckedTab Output
Command Output: Append to Existing
Show DOS Box: unchecked
Capture Output: unchecked
Replace selected text with: No Replace
Okay, now you have a tool which you can run whenever you want to append to your list file a line with the current selection.
You can assign a hotkey for the user tool and you can customize the toolbar and add the user tool to the toolbar.Note:
I have both methods not tested.