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I hope this is the right place to post this question. If not, my apologies.

I have a folder of about 100 HTML files in which I need to make one simple change, the same change in two places in each file.

Is there some sort of script I can run to do this, rather than opening each file and making the changes manually?

Unfortunately, I don't know any programming languages myself....


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If you have a good text editor you should be able to do a search and replace in multiple files.
There's plenty of good shareware programmer's editors that have that function, just pick one.
You might even find a freeware one.
I would never do this via scripting though.

Edited by xmephistox, 07 June 2010 - 10:43 PM.

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