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Swap filenames taxi-nick to nick-taxi?
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is it possible to swap the front of the filename with the rear of the filename.. such as taxi-nick becomes nick-taxi. If so, how?
Joined: 13 Jan 2005
Location: United Kingdom
this is now possible using the latest version of FileMonkey.
Enter the following tags in the "Start Text" section of the "Rename" window:
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