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July 2006

XRen

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Move and rename files

XRen supports the wildcards ? and *. XRen is a lot more flexible than other Windows programs: You can use any number of wildcards in any order you wish - without limitations.

Did you ever try to replace a character (or several) in all the filenames in a directory? You might think something like *a* -> *b* should work - well, with XRen it does. Simply enter *a* for the old name and *b* for the new name.

You could also delete a character (or several) - you only have to omit it in your entry for the new name.

Before you really change your files, you might want to check what the result would be, just to be sure it's exactly as intended. Hit the Test-button and the display at the bottom will show you how the files would be renamed without actually changing anything.

Do you get annoyed, when you have a bunch of numbered files, like doc8, doc9, doc10, doc11 because most applications will display them in this sequence: doc10, doc11, doc8 doc9? To get displayed in the right order you need to expand the numbers with some zeros inserted like this: doc08, doc09, doc10, doc11. Don't to do it manually - use XRen.

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