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Write Macro or other method to search for word in a folder

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Need assistance writing a macro that can open every single excel file located inside a given folder, and find/replace as below.  Where the specified find is inside the body of the file or a part of the file name.  This could be two separate searches

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Find value1 and replace it with value2,
Find value3 and replace it with value4,
Find value5 and replace it with value6, and so on…
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Is the question above an extension of your existing question, "search folder to replace text"?

[ http://www.experts-exchange.com/Software/Office_Productivity/Office_Suites/MS_Office/Excel/Q_28520596.html ]
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yes, It appeared to not have submitted so I reposted.
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