Its been more than six months since I'm using stackexchange, so everyone out there knows that we're speechless about how much it has been helpful to us. But a small thing about the these sites that I'm in love with is that the way we can format our questions, I'm pointing particularly to the way we format code snippets, i.e. either keeping them in single quotes (I don't know if they're actually called quotes or something else)
LikeThis.Code() or by prefixing four spaces.
I need to write most of my college work in Microsoft Word or OneNote, where I have large chunk of code to be placed, I like my writing organized, like everyone do, so I format those code snippets with mono fonts manually. But after coming to stack... sites, I was wondering if I can automate similar behaviour in Word through some third party program, like AutoHotkey or something else. While I know AutoHotkey deals a lot with keyboard, but I was looking for a more fast and efficient way to format block of words into mono fonts (its ok, I'm not expecting them to hightlight syntax). Before a few months, I read an article on HowToGeek about an application that automatically replaces short-forms of words that we often type to the full word, basically converting informal English to formal (I can't remember now what was that application). So with the same way, can I format text in mono fonts, using single quotes or something else? so that I don't have to manually select text and change fonts to mono.