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I am listening to audio conversations and from that creating a summary of the interaction. It is not a verbatim transcription. I need to drop timestamp citations everywhere. How can I copy and paste a timestamp. Currently I am having to eyeball the timestamp and then type "[41:58]"

share|improve this question may be a solution but it appears as if one would have to put the bullet points chronologically. My conversations go all over the show so that in the summary, a point in the final minute maybe right next to a point discussed 15 minutes earlier. – IThink Mar 22 '13 at 21:04
Maybe I will try Express Scribe – IThink Mar 22 '13 at 21:11

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