URL Extractor allows you to extract URL fields or email addresses from a given file so that you can save them in a text file later, provided that the latter has a resource field. It also allows an in-depth search from a folder in order to extract all the fields of a given type – URL, ftp or mailto, file, or even all these fields together – that are contained in files whether they are text/msWord/RTF/InDesign/Excel or executable, archives, or images with resources etc. There are currently three extraction modes: drag & drop one or more folders onto a zone called Droopit zone, batch extraction mode with tracking window and finally individual field extraction from a simple file from a listbox If you search on your disk for a URL or e-mail address and you no longer know in which list(s) or file(s) it is located, Extractor does it for you. It extracts URL addresses from any file by searching for the requested string. It is a tool particularly well suited for webmasters and developers.
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