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Hi! A critical feature for me within the batch find/replace feature is the ability to import listings via excel that include the different file names. That way I can do a bulk find/replace based on the independent files. For example, in "cat.docx" I can set up multiple specific rules for find/replace and for "dog.docx" I can set up different rules for the find/replace but they would all be performed at once. I have attached an example of the spreadsheet that can be imported. This feature would single handidly purchase this software :). Thanks!

 
1 year ago
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KUDOS and GREAT TOOL - Many tks to Devs

Future improvements -

1) +1 with that option.  Easy import/export via list of terms and alternates. 

2) Also manual sorting list once word substitutes inserted

3) An update to fix current Word 365 freezing issues.  

4) Export log feature that works

Marc Cayouette
1 year ago
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Thank you guys. I already sent your suggestions to our development team.

Thanks again,
Amanda
1 year ago
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Thank you! This is exactly what we all were waiting for.

[size=85]Regards, Amily,
marketing manager

Work Time[/size]
1 year ago
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