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    I need to rename also of images for example rename terihatcher234.jpg and teripics.jpg to one patterent like
    Teri1.jpg , Teri2.jpg and so on I have 200+ images so I would be greatfull if u can find me a software like this.
    I have seen some but only rename from terhatcher234.jpg to
    teriteri234.jpg do u see my problem here.
    Thanks

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    i'll write a quick proggie for you...

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    download

    Run the exe, when it prompts you, type *.jpg, and then teri or something...

    ar = advanced rename OR anti_alias' renamer which ever you prefer!

    if you have probs mail me or post in this forum or my forum...

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    Thanks Alot Man Your'r A Time Saver! And The Greatest
    works great! do u think you can make it rename all the files
    as some are .gif .bmp etc . Thanks again
    Its not important but will come in use!
    BTW you just stoped me from buying a $20 program with extra stuff which wasnt needed by me!

    [Edited by Luqman on 08-30-2000 at 03:02 PM]

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    if you type *.* for the file type, you will get pic1.jpg, pic2.jpg, pic3.gif ect... i.e picn.extension.

    Note that i made the program so it preserves the original file type whatever you put in file type.

    is that what you want?

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    yep that works great! Thanks again!

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    pleased to help


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