Microsoft Word/Batch Find and Replace

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TechHelp wrote at 2010-07-21 19:46:45
The simple solution would be to use a tool like Batch word find and replace. The link is given below

http://www.technocomsolutions.com/wordfindreplacehelp.htm



There is also link for video tour



http://www.technocomsolutions.com/wordfindreplacehelptutorial.htm



Hope this helps.


Marie wrote at 2013-02-19 18:37:36
There are several tools available on the net those can help Batch Find & Replace like



http://theskysoft.com/word-search-replace-tool.html



and



http://www.technocomsolutions.com/advancefindreplacehelp.htm


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