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    I prefer the add-in simply because it works and is less trouble - although it doesn't seem to work on sub-folders so you have to go through them one by one... but you can't have everything

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    I prefer the batch script. I typically only have to reset it and run it 4 or 5 times to get through the entire library (reset referring to when the journal encounters a problem and defaults to interactive mode).

    Our library is pretty small, since we started it over last year from scratch... But, the batch script did the ENTIRE library (nested folders and all) of 2200 pieces, while i was gone at lunch.

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    I ended up using the batch script. It seemed the easier one to set up and use. It was all done in a couple of hours, and no problems that I have seen (or have noticed yet).
    Thanks for all your input.

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