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Rename files in folders and subfolders

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    Hi

    Does anyone know of a tool which will rename all files in a folder heirarchy, please?

    I will be restoring archived data from CD’s to a drive. The data is split into projects, but although the top-level folder identifies the project, the file names within the subfolders do not always reflect the project name.

    For example, I restore a project called Survey2001: The top level folder is called Survey2001. But, the files contained in the subfolders of Survey2001 (and some of these folder structures are quite deep) may be called file1, file2 etc.

    I would like to find a tool that will allow me to rename all the files so that file1 and file2 become Project2001-file1 and Project2001-file2.

    Is this possible?

    Thanks

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