# How to call memory in latex using any kind of use package?

When I am writing in LaTeX sometimes it happens that I have to use a single word like `neutrino` and it may come several times in my report. Can you suggest me any package which, if I write say `ne` then from memory it will suggest me that it means "neutrino" like in Microsoft office.

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If you are using Emacs you may try the predictive mode emacswiki.org/emacs/PredictiveMode – Ludovic C. Aug 20 '13 at 10:34
This depends on the editor's facilities; no LaTeX package can influence the way you type the document. – egreg Aug 20 '13 at 11:09

You can always set up a macro and then use it to recall the whole word. For example:

``````\newcommand{\ne}{neutrino}
``````

and then every time you type `\ne{}` you'll get the word `neutrino` in your output.

Or, as mentioned by daleif, you can also use the `xspace` package and then write:

``````\newcommand{\ne}{neutrino\xspace}
``````

so you just need to type `\ne` to get `neutrino` with the proper spacing without the need of the `{}` after `\ne`

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add `xspace` and `\xspace` that helps. Though I'd rather that the OP wrote newtrino having short cuts all over the source makes it a lot harder to read. – daleif Aug 20 '13 at 10:41
Thanks for the recommendation @daleif, it's actually very helpful – Mario S. E. Aug 20 '13 at 10:46