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85.Batch file rename -- How to batch rename files with the first line of file content as new file name?

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I want to rename all text files, the new name is the first line of the file content, how to do?
Hint: You need to Download and install "Replace Pioneer" on windows platform to finish following steps.
1. Open "Tools->Batch Runner" menu. 
2. Click "Pick Files" or "Search Files" button to select multiple files for processing. 
3. Change "Set output filename" window from ${FILENAME} to: 
 and click 'Apply' 
Note: if you want to add sequence in filename, you can enter following as filename: 
4. Click 'File Rename' button, the operation will be done.

Screenshot 1:  Batch_Runner_Window

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