I have 2 problems (using Windows Office 2007):
I have created a large number of Word pages of html text from Word Mail Merge (they are pages which are 99% identical, except for the Mail Merge inserts – keywords, ad-matching phrases, page titles, etc.). I need to load them into a folder as separate .html files. I can create each file address at the head of each page during the Merge process, if this is the best way to ensure each file ends up with the right file ID – I expect this would need to be deleted in the file-saving process so as not to show up on the resultant web page. I need to load them up into my local drive “website” folder before copying them onto the host server. For individual files, I usually go via Notepad – don’t know if this is necessary or not.
Once the pages are in the local folder, I want to be able to find and replace any common block of text across all of the files. This can be done locally for all files which can then be uploaded. There may be a simple utility solution to this – but I don’t know what it is (being a bit of a dope, obviously).
The solution to each problem might include just advice, or advice plus macros or code, or 3rd party add-on packages. I will need step-by-step instructions, except where it is blindingly obvious. Please quote for each problem separately, together with any coding or package costs broken down. I have probably left some info out of this description, so please ask and I’ll post public.