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Is there software to find and replace Microsoft Office file properties?

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I have a large number of Excel and Word files that I would like to tag their file properties with information.  Typical information would be ABC Inc. in the tag field.

File Properties for Word or Excel
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If the files are the same sort then you can select the files in Windows Explorer, open properties and edit the tag

Here is some software as requested

TaggedFrog - http://lunarfrog.com/taggedfrog/
TagsForAll - http://www.akslab.com/tagsforall/
Tabbles - http://tabbles.net/
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Wow! Great!
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