I have a list of 600 keywords and many of them are duplicates. Does anyone know of a program that will find duplicates in a list and highlight them or remove them? I have Textpad and Dreamweaver. It doesn't look like these will do it but I'm not sure.
I use a spreadsheet program like Excel to sort a list alphabetically -- then the dupes stand out for easy removal. If the keywords are comma separated in a text file, it's easy to rename the file extentension from .txt to .csv and then open that file in a spreadsheet program.
There may be a more elegant way, but this method does do the job.
or, assuming you have a list of keywords only and not associated data, import them into Access (or FileMaker Pro or any other similar database program) with the keyword field set to "Indexing no duplicates". Done!