Most users use search and replace functions within a single document when they realize that they need to make a minor correction in the name of a person or an address. However, there are users who need to make hundreds of text modifications in huge arrays of text documents, local and remote, on a daily basis. These are content editors, webmasters, archive workers, developers, writers and many other professionals whose work depends on the accuracy of text materials and their quality. If you happen to be one of them and need to be able to concurrently and quickly modify multiple occurrences of a text in multiple text files, you won’t find a solution more powerful than Text Workbench.
Text Workbench is a professional, feature-loaded and extremely flexible tool that enables users to instantly find and replace specific text fragments in multiple files in various formats. Its unique regular expressions engine is capable of processing files of over 8 exabytes in size, combining search conditions to create complex search patterns, performing concurrent search in multiple sources and applying many replacements to a single file at once. The product supports UTF-8/Unicode files, MS Office documents, enables users to make replacements in documents located on a remote FTP server, edit texts in a built-in editor and even utilize the capabilities of the tool from custom applications via COM-based API.
Text Workbench is arguably the most powerful solution of its type on the market, so if you are serious about your work and want to boost your efficiency to a new level, make sure to give this great software a try!
RQ Search and Replace 1.94 Find and replace text in files and MSWord and HTML documents - a (multi-line) text, whole words. Special for HTML tags and attributes. Replace, delete, insert .. operations. Search
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