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Replace text across a collection of selected word 2010 files

Replace text across a collection of selected word 2010 files

Replace text across a collection of selected word 2010 files

(OP)
Find and replace a string of text in a collection of word 2010 files .

I have tried several tools producing corrupted files after the replace. So i would like a tool you are using with success.
Best Regards

RE: Replace text across a collection of selected word 2010 files

If this "collection of word 2010 files" reside in one folder, it would be easy to write a little macro in Word to:
  • Open Word file
  • Find and Replace text
  • Save and Close Word file
  • Loop from the top until no more files to process.

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RE: Replace text across a collection of selected word 2010 files

The OP has been a link to code doing just that at VBA Express.

Cheers
Paul Edstein
[MS MVP - Word]

RE: Replace text across a collection of selected word 2010 files

(OP)
Thanks Andrzejek I am trying also with programs in the web.
this seems a good way.

Best Regards

RE: Replace text across a collection of selected word 2010 files

(OP)
I am trying to solve my problem in "many" ways , but with macropod following me through internet will make a little bit more difficult.
Anyway I will try.
Thanks a lot Andrzejek
Thanks a lot macropod

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