>I've got a physical file (actually copy of a spool file) containing
phone
>#'s in format xxx-xxx-xxxx.  I need to send this to a software vendor
but
>for privacy reasons I need to change all the phone #'s to "fictitous"
>numbers i.e. change 706-678-9565 to 945-224-4848 or such.  The phone
numbers
>start in a various # of places in the file (i.e. some might start in
>position 33 others 55, 87 etc.) I've been racking my brain for a quick
and
>dirty way to this without having to manually edit the file.  Any ideas
from
>some of you genius' out there?

FTP the file to a pc, fire up Word, find and replace
^?^?^?-^?^?^?-^?^?^?^?
with 123-456-7890, and ftp it back?

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