Finding and Replacing HTML Tags

Posted on 2011-04-24
Last Modified: 2013-11-05
There is a chance I might need to replace some tags in a database (one of my blogs).

These tags (<h2>, <h3>, <h4>, <h5>, <h6>), will probably be "upgraded" (e.g. <h2> will become <h1>, and so forth).

Just to make sure I do this properly (MS Access 2010), where should I should start?  I should start at (the top) <h2> to <h1> and </h2> to </h1>.  Then <h3> to <h2> and <h3> to </h2>?  Right?  Otherwise, if I start at the bottom, I will basically end up with all these tags as <h1> and </h1>?
Question by:coreybryant
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    you are in right direction.
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    Thanks for the help!

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