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Word Batch Replacer - FAQ
MS Word already has built-in search &
replace dialog feature, so why should I use Word Batch
There are several reasons, including these:
- Word Batch Replacer allows you to perform an operation
simultaneously on many files, thus freeing you from boring and
time-consuming task of manually opening and editing each file.
- Word Batch Replacer allows you to define unlimited number of
search & replace rules
- Word Batch Replacer allows you to use Perl-style regular
expressions in "text to find" field.
- Word Batch Replacer is the program that was specially designed
for this task and thus has many customizable options to greatly
enhance your productivity.
Do I need to have MS Word in order to
perform a operation?
Yes, currently MS Word 2000 or higher is required for
Word Batch Replacer to operate.
Does Word Batch Replacer have any technological
Yes, Word Batch Replacer does have some technical limitations.
It does not support some MS Word advanced text formatting
features, for example, it does not search for text within math
formulas. We regularly implement support of the most asked by our
users features and functions. Further development will be based on
feedback from our users. Write to us at email@example.com about
which features you would like to see in our program, and we'll
consider implementing your suggestion. We appreciate all
I need to transfer all Word Batch Replacer
settings to another computer. What should I copy?
Word Batch Replacer stores all its settings in several files in
the “Word Batch Replacer” subfolder of the %APPDATA% folder.
%APPDATA%, shorthand for Application Data, is the environment
variable which designates a folder where applications are supposed
to create subfolders to store all their settings. Word Batch
Replacer uses its own set of settings for every user of the
computer. To browse to the Application Data folder, just type
%APPDATA% (with percent signs) in the Windows Explorer address bar,
instead of a regular Windows filepath, and it will be automatically
expanded to the actual location. On 64-bit systems, Word Batch
Replacer uses the Application Data folder intended for 32-bit
applications, so the “Roaming” subfolder will be added to the
AppData path. To transfer all Word Batch Replacer settings,
including user-defined HTML templates, just copy the contents of
the “%APPDATA%\Word Batch Replacer” folder to the target computer.
You will also have to re-enter your registration key, because it is
stored in the system registry, not in the above-mentioned
Can I use Word Batch Replacer on my two
computers? (I have the Personal License.)
Yes, your Personal License entitles you to use Word Batch
Replacer on your two computers. When you purchased the Personal
License for Word Batch Replacer, you have been given the right to
use the program on different computers. The Personal License
prohibits the use of your copy of Word Batch Replacer by any other
persons on their computers, but you can use it on more than one