On Thu, 27 Jan 2005 23:29:16 -0000, Hugo Paulissen wrote: Hi Hugo, ... Ah ! I hadn t even realised that that option existed. VERY neat. Thank you. :-) Now,
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, Jan 27, 2005
On Thu, 27 Jan 2005 23:29:16 -0000, Hugo Paulissen wrote:
>> Suppose I have 50 html files and want to find which ones have
>> "xyz" in. How can I do that ? Currently I search for "xyz" and
>>change it to "xyza" for example and I can then see the
>"changed files". I am
>> thinking however that there might be a better way. If there is then
>> what might it be please ?
>I think the Search Disk option is ideal for this. Just check Confirm
>and you get a list of all instances where your search term is found.
>You can easily open them from there...
Ah ! I hadn't even realised that that option existed. VERY neat.
Thank you. :-)
Now, how do I "cut and paste" the above if I want to print out the
results to a text file ?
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