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I understand how to find and replace a text string within a specific Note. However, I do have a question:

 

How can I find a replace a text string with another text string every time it occurs in all Notes (and in the Title of the Notes)?

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In the Windows client? No way, as far as I know. Searches using the search language are global to the current context, but searching / replacing via Ctrl+F and Ctrl+H are local to the current note; hence the menu items Edit / Find and Replace / Find within Note and Edit / Find and Replace / Replace within Note

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The only way around this that I can think of is to (as it relates purely to notes with attachments)

1. save all the files to a folder

2. delete the notes from evernote

3. rename all the files with a tool like Name Mangler

4. Re-import all the files so that Evernote creates the note names based on the file name.

 

I'd lik to think a global search and replace would be easier.

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