If you ever had to read or correct a couple of documents, you’d probably got tired eventually of the same old clicking on a document to load it, go through it, save the changes, exit, and repeat process that went along with it. It may not be a big problem if we are talking about a couple of documents, but what if you have to go through dozens, or even hundreds. To make things even more interesting, what if they open up in different programs, and reside in different locations on your computer?
Keeping track of what you ave already taken care of, and what you still need to go through can be a daunting task in itself.
Enter Execian, a program that can help you tremendously in this regard. The program at its core is a document launcher. You feed it with a number of documents, and it will open them one by one for you once you click on the open button in the main program window.
It recognizes when you close a document, will mark that document as processed in its interface, and open the next document in line for you to work with. Rinse and repeat until you close the program window or are finished going through all documents that you needed to.
If you close the program before all documents were processed, you will start with the next document the next time you load the program.
You can re-order documents, reset their state, or remove them from the list if you no longer need them listed in the program window.
When it comes to adding documents to the program, you can either drag and drop them into the program window, or use the load button in the program window to use the file browser to pick one or multiple documents stored on the system.
Execian is an excellent tool for users who have to look through a large quantity of documents. Please note that you can use it for other document formats as well, including HTML or PHP if you are a web developer.