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I have a long project (100 or so files) - a Concordance search shows that I translated a term in a particular way in a previous file. I would like to change this. Can I do a search to find which file it is in, or do I have to open all the previous files and search manually?
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SDL Community United Kingdom Local time: 04:52 Member (1970) English
Feb 1, 2012
You don't mention the version you are using, but if you use Studio then you can use the Batch Search & Replace Application from the Open Exchange (for 2009, it's installed in the start menu if you use 2011).
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