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Automator Change File Extension

I have a number of files that have the incorrect File Extension.

I would like to see if I could use Automator to check the file extension and change to the correct extension.

if I use the file -I command in Terminal I can see the files that have a incorrect extension, I would like to get Automator to look into my folders, subfolders and where it needs to change the extension.

Paul

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