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1272.Batch file rename -- How to rename file to the 10th - 18th characters in firstline of the file?

User: Sue -- 2014-12-09          << 1271  1273 >>
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Description:
Rename filename to the 10th - 18th characters of the firstline of the file.
Answer:
Hint: You need to Download and install "Replace Pioneer" on windows platform to finish following steps.
1. open "Tools->Batch Runner" menu
2. drag multiple files from windows file browser to "Batch Runner" window.
3. set "set output filename" entry to:

or

4. check file name preview at "output file" column, make sure the filenames are correct.
5. click "File Rename", done. 

Screenshot 1:  Batch_Runner_Window


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