I have recently asked a question on how to perform a neat little 'Find & Replace' task on my CSV media database files (a task i have to do at work on a daily basis). The question was answered here if anyone is interested in the details.
I now want to be able to simply drag and drop my CSV file onto a droplet on the desktop that performs the Find and Replace Notepad++ task quickly and easily, so i can delegate this task to more junior members of staff at times when i'm away.
How do I create a droplet in Win 7 that runs the following 'Find & Replace' command on any CSV file dropped onto it?
Check: Wrap around
Check: Regular expression
Run: Replace All
I am imagining that this could be a batch script (or any script of sorts) that will receive my CSV file as the input file by simply drag dropping it onto the script.