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WizGizmo - An Article Spinner You Didn't Know You Already Had

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by WizGizmo, Nov 1, 2008.

  1. WizGizmo

    WizGizmo Super Moderator Staff Member Premium Member

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    Hey B-Hatters!

    Many of you may not be aware of the fact that Microsoft Word has a Summarization tool built into it. Try spinning some PLR articles in it. You may be surprised at the results!

    Here is a link for more info about the tool:
    Code:
    http://people.dsv.su.se/~hercules/textsammanfattningeng.html

    This is WizGizmo . . . And I Approve This Message :)
     
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  2. voxclan

    voxclan Regular Member

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    I was looking for that feature a few months ago and could not find it in Office 2007.

    I think it was only available in previous version. But, if I am wrong, please tell me, would love to use it.
     
  3. thedorf

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    vox -

    you have to add autosummarize to the quick access toolbar in word 2007

    The following link shows you how to add and access autosummarize in 2007:

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    hxxp://office.micr*osoft.com/en-us/word/HA1025*52061033.aspx
    Enjoy!
     
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  4. WizGizmo

    WizGizmo Super Moderator Staff Member Premium Member

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    To thedorf:

    Thanks alot my friend. I wouldn't have been able to give "voxclan" the info without researching it. I appreciate your valuable input. :)

    Thanks Again . . . (Note: I would click your "Thanks" button, but I've already used up the alotted amount of "thanks" clicks for today. However, I did hit your "Rep" button)

    Your Friend - "Wiz"
     
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  5. syngenetic

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    Dude you are a life saver. A+ Thread!
     
  6. DarkMage

    DarkMage Registered Member

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    Does AC accept the articles rewrote by this?
     
  7. q3ick

    q3ick Regular Member

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    Wow cool i can resubmit some of my articles now. :p Thanks.
     
  8. glew

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    Thanks man never new what it was for so i never tried it out....sweet!
     
  9. cedric2

    cedric2 Newbie

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    looks like this technique is picking some key sentences but it's not rewriting them. enough to pass duplicate content?
     
  10. dunk3r23

    dunk3r23 Registered Member

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    where do i find it? i dont have eng word. plz help
     
  11. topam

    topam Registered Member

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    Nice wiz but does the rewritten content pass copyscape?
     
  12. bhf123

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    Hey Guys,

    Just so you know... This is not a rewriter. It summarizes content; In other words, it only selects (or condenses) portions of the content. You'll need to rewrite it using any the many tools on this board -- go0gle trick, for example.

    thanks go to Wiz.
     
  13. 1nam1

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    There is program working like msword. its' a Copernic Summarizer. I think this program better than msword.
     
  14. WizGizmo

    WizGizmo Super Moderator Staff Member Premium Member

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    Although I haven't tried it myself, I have been told that with a bit of "after-tweaking", people have had some of their PLR auto-summarized stuff pass copyscape.

    Cheers! - "Wiz"
     
  15. Bill Gates

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    Someomne actually had a WSO on this very same technique!

    The fact of the matter is that the summary produced isn't actually of a standard that you could present to an article diretory. So while the process does do what it says, you still need to do more work on the output.
     
  16. xbox360gurl70s

    xbox360gurl70s Elite Member

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    you have to have an article of about 10,000 words to produce a good looking 500 worded article. lol
     
  17. xhanuman

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    Thanks for that tip as well. Perhaps merging several related documents will allow you to glean many of the best ideas quickly from several sources and build that into your article without all the fluff - then spin.
     
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    AutoSummary comes in very handy when you have a lengthy article that you wish to rewrite. By autosummarizing the original article, you can cut out all the fluff and bullshit and get right to the gist of the information, making it much easier to rewrite the article. For those of you who are having trouble accessing this feature in Word '07, simply follow these directions:

    1) Click on the "Office" button then click on "Word options", which is located at the bottom of the pop up screen.
    2)On the left side of the screen click on "Customize".
    3)Under the "Choose commands from" heading, select "Commands not in the ribbon".
    4)Scroll down to "Auto Summary Tools" and click "Add".
    5)Voila. The Auto Summarize feature (it looks like a document with a lightning bolt next to it) is now at the top of the screen in Word.
     
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  19. bizcredit

    bizcredit Power Member

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    Does open office has this feature?
     
  20. xbox360gurl70s

    xbox360gurl70s Elite Member

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    I don't think so. OPEN office is the scaled down copy version of word