I know it is a basic no-no to hard code user's names into formulas , but sometimes it can't be helped. Anyway my question is this, Suppose a manager leaves the company and a new one is hired to replace him/her. Is there a tool that one could use on a database to seek out and replace the old name with the new one? Or even(and I know the first question was stretching it) a tool that could do this on multiple databases at a time? I am entering 25 points in case the answer is no, but would like to give something for effort. If I am given useful information, I will bump it to 250. Thanks in advance.
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