Photo Sieve Manual - Search and Replace

Use "Tags" menu "Replace" to search any selected cells or replace text in your custom tags with the white background. If you want to search all cells, you first click the upper left cell, then scroll to and shift-click the lower right cell.

Enter the text you want to find and click the "Search" button. The next matching text in a selected cell is highlighted.

Clicking "Replace" will replace with the text from the "Replace" text box and advance to the next matching text in a selected cell. Click "Replace All" to replace matching text in all remaining selected cells with no further prompting.
A single "*" in the "Search" text box matches the entire text
Use regular expressions if you want to match part of the text.
Clicking the down arrow to the right of the replace text box can add the photo year, month, day, or an index (MyPhoto1, MyPhoto2, etc.) to the replace text.
Checking "Preview Replace" just display what will change. Uncheck the box and repeat the replace operation to make the changes.

Replacing text in the "File Name" column renames the file. Replacing text in the "File Path" column moves the photo to another folder. If the folder doesn't exist you will be asked if you want to create the folder. If a photo with the same name already exists, you will be asked if you want to overwrite the existing file. The file type of the original filename, usually jpg, is automatically kept in the new filename. You should consider previewing any changes.

When you reach the last row, you'll be asked if you want to start again from the beginning.

You may change the options in the "Replace" dialog box any time.

You may easily create custom tags from filenames by copying filenames to your new custom tag column and using "Replace" with regular expressions.