Minimize Microsoft Word Drudgery with WordPipe 10.1

Melbourne, Australia – July 28, 2021 - DataMystic announces WordPipe 10.1, its enhanced mass-replacement utility for Microsoft Word files

You know when you have to make the same changes to a group of Word documents, over and over again? And you know how tedious that is?

WordPipe is a time-saving search and replace tool designed to work hand-in-hand with Microsoft Word to change thousands of documents automatically. It saves weeks of manual labor when links need changing, when file servers get replaced, when phone numbers, addresses, product SKUs and business processes get updated.

It can also used to insert customer information into legal templates and franchise documents, and perform the first pass of document translation – taking a huge library of terms and finding and replacing them automatically.

WordPipe is the most comprehensive search and replace tool available, with handling for password-protected documents, restart control for large jobs, pattern matching and replacing, highlighting and much more.


Contact: Simon Carter
Title: CEO
Company: DataMystic, 5 Bond St, Mt Waverley, Victoria 3149, Australia


WordPipe can be downloaded from the company's website, The Full Edition is $299 / year, and Lite Edition is $99 / year. Floating, File Server, Site and Enterprise Licenses, are also available.

System Requirements

WordPipe is fully compatible with Microsoft Word or Office (Office 365, 2019, 2016, 2013, 2010, 2007). It runs under Microsoft® Windows® 11, 10, 8, 7, Vista®, 2019/2016/2012/2008/2003, x32 and x64. It requires 16 MB of memory. The download file is 1 MB. Installation requires 2 MB.

About DataMystic

Founded in 1990, DataMystic has its headquarters in Melbourne, Australia, and has thousands of customers worldwide, including Bank of America, NASA, US Department of Energy. Its charter is to provide IT professionals with time saving data analysis tools. DataMystic offers:


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