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How to Remove Numbers From File Names in MediaMonkey

Updated September 14, 2018

Media programs such as MediaMonkey make the management of a user's music library simple. Although MediaMonkey tends to do a good job of keeping files organised, occasionally extra numbers are included in the file names of songs found in MediaMonkey. If you find these numbers to be annoying, then you may be looking to remove them. With the use of the song properties in MediaMonkey, you can remove numbers from file names.

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  1. Open the MediaMonkey program.

  2. Right-click the song you would like to remove numbers.

  3. Click "Properties."

  4. Click the box next to "Filename." Select the number(s) from the file name and press the "Backspace" key to remove them.

  5. Click the box next to "Track Title." Select the number(s) from the file name and press the "Backspace" key to remove them.

  6. Click "OK" to save the changes and complete the process of removing numbers from file names in Media Monkey.

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