I want to rename multiple files in multiple subfolders which may have up to 3+ levels of subfolders after Level 1 subfolder.
I want remove the word "Unit " (with a space after it) from the front of files & any subfolders that may have it.
I can't use remove "5" char from front as not all files & folders will have "Unit " in front.
I have experimented with others such as remove "Word" before but it leaves the space.
I have experimented with Regex like this ("Unit ")(*.*) replace with \2 with not much success.
I have tried reading Regex tutorials & have searched this site to no avail.
I am using BRU 18.104.22.168 on XP with all the latest SP's & updates I think.
Can someone please explain how I can remove "Unit " from the front of my files & folders recursing all the subfolders as well as renaming any subfolders along the way.
BTW I think this is a powerful tool but I just do not how to use it effectively & efficiently.. I can use the simple commands & I understand certain basic DOS commands & wildcard characters but not familiar with Regex but I see I will need to if I want to get the most out this utility & willing to support Jim financially & maybe write specific examples to help others who are like me.