Batch File Rename - A simple utility to rename multiple files
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How do I use the Batch File Rename Utility to rename a list of files?
This feature is a little tricky, but it has amazing versatility, and can help you assign unique names quickly and easily - without a lot of typing. The problem with typing in file names is that you have to click the file once, wait a second for it to be "edit-able," then type the name, and then move to the next file and do the same thing over again. If you have a list of names (in a text file or spreadsheet), it is much more efficient to rename multiple files according to that list (and it is much easier to make that list in the first place). To use the "Rename files according to a list" feature, you just need to create a text file with the list of names you want to apply. It is very important that this file be saved as PLAIN TEXT. If you are using TextEdit on the Mac, go to File>Preferences, and select "Plain Text" as indicated in the image to the left. Press "Enter" (or return) after each entry. In Excel, you can get the right format by saving as text, tab delimited. You can also do this with Simple Text (on older Macs)... Please be sure that you are not using RTF (Rich Text Format), otherwise, you will get an error when trying to rename multiple files with this feature..
Page Last modified: October 18, 2014
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