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Uploading multiple 'changed' files (by date) or from site-wide (find/replace) updates?

Hello,
I have tried searching for a solution but to no avail.

My scenario is this: I perform a find/replace and the result is 34 updated documents. The documents are displayed in the 'Results' tab. **I would like to know how I can upload these files efficiently, without locating or opening each individually and then uploading, individually.**  I know I can select all of them [from the Results] and clicking 'Open', but I would still have to Upload (Shift+U) each file individually.  This is obviouslly time consuming, especially if it happens several times a day, ane moreso if there are bigger results; say over 100 effected files.

I was hoping that some bright individual might suggest a solution to uploading all of the files from the 'Results' tab, or the equivalent.

In the meantime I may try using a seperate FTP program as an ad hoc solution; I would load the site in say CuteFTP, apply a file fiter (say *.asp) and then upload all the .asp files. Not very efficient mind, but it would get the job done. Of course, I would love a solution that allows me to do this through Dreamweaver.

Thanks in advance to all those that have read this, your time is appreciated!

Gary
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Genersys
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Genersys
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Jason C. LevineNo oneCommented:
Hi Genersys,

The Synchronize command is what you need to use.  Just Synchronize the entire site and upload newer files from Local.
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GenersysAuthor Commented:
Jason,
Many thanks for the answer. This is a good solution, not what I was expecting but I am very glad you have brought the benefits of 'Synchronisation' to my attention, I am sure it will save me time in the future.

Thank you!

Gary
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