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I used the 'replace All in All opened documents option' to replace them all at once and saved all documents with ctrl + shift + s

I still have notepad++ open since the change occurred and it has not been closed since then, so i hope it is still possible. The reason i want to undo them all at once is because i do not know which documents the changes occurred in, since not all documents contained the string that was replaced. Thank you

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    As you've saved it I don't think that would be possible in notepad++. Hopefully you've backup and you can restore previous versions. – Máté Juhász Sep 28 '19 at 4:11
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If you still have notepad++ open you will hopefully be able to hold down ctrl+z to undo changes. You have to do this for each file, tab1 hold down ctrl+z untill all changes undone, save. tab2 hold down ctrl+z untill all changes undone, save. and so on..

  • This will revert changes in files not affected by the global change, as said in OP: "i do not know which documents the changes occurred in, since not all documents contained the string that was replaced" – Toto Sep 28 '19 at 10:24

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