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How to change multiple words at the same time?

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Jul 19, 2018

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Hello,

i saw in some youtube tutorials that people are typing attributes in 3 elements at the same time.
For example you have 3 inputs and you type "<input type='text'>" and for example the type="text" is written in 3 elements at the same time.
How are they doing this?

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Correct answer by Jon Fritz II | Adobe Community Professional

In CC 2017+:

You can hold Control to highlight and then edit multiple lines as described here: New features summary for the 2017 releases of Dreamweaver CC

You can also highlight a bit of code, then right click the underlined text and choose "Find all and select" (Ctrl + Alt + F3) and type replacement code.

Holding Alt + Ctrl and clicking in multiple locations will create multiple insertion points that all receive the same code you type.

EDIT: Changed the link above, Adobe moved the original page with Multi-Cursor instructions.

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How to change multiple words at the same time?

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Jul 19, 2018

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Hello,

i saw in some youtube tutorials that people are typing attributes in 3 elements at the same time.
For example you have 3 inputs and you type "<input type='text'>" and for example the type="text" is written in 3 elements at the same time.
How are they doing this?

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Correct answer by Jon Fritz II | Adobe Community Professional

In CC 2017+:

You can hold Control to highlight and then edit multiple lines as described here: New features summary for the 2017 releases of Dreamweaver CC

You can also highlight a bit of code, then right click the underlined text and choose "Find all and select" (Ctrl + Alt + F3) and type replacement code.

Holding Alt + Ctrl and clicking in multiple locations will create multiple insertion points that all receive the same code you type.

EDIT: Changed the link above, Adobe moved the original page with Multi-Cursor instructions.

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In CC 2017+:

You can hold Control to highlight and then edit multiple lines as described here: New features summary for the 2017 releases of Dreamweaver CC

You can also highlight a bit of code, then right click the underlined text and choose "Find all and select" (Ctrl + Alt + F3) and type replacement code.

Holding Alt + Ctrl and clicking in multiple locations will create multiple insertion points that all receive the same code you type.

EDIT: Changed the link above, Adobe moved the original page with Multi-Cursor instructions.

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