How to unify the acronyms of multiple files on Mac

When you are a writer or a media blogger, you are likely to publish images on the Internet, so it is often necessary to standardize the file names of the attached images as much as possible.

In both Windows and Mac, you can easily do this by copying and pasting multiple files, but I personally don’t like the addition of ().

In this article, I will show you how to easily unify the initial letters of multiple files on a Mac.

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Using the image used in the article “How to record ping response results in Excel” in this blog, I will show you how to actually change the file name.

  1. Select multiple target files and select [Right click] – [Rename…]. Right-click and select “Rename…”.
  2. Select “Format” from the list in the upper left corner of the screen that appears, and enter any acronym in the “Custom Format” field.
    ▲In the [Start Number] field, you can choose to start from 1 or 2. In the [Place] field, you can also choose whether to put the number before or after the number.
  3. Once the settings are complete, select “Rename” to rename the files in bulk.

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