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Will try and explain this as well as I can.

I've got a client who wants to update the news on her site herself. Obviously she can't do it how I've been doing it, but I recall many years ago there used to be a few scripts around where you could upload a word/text edit file to update a predefined box in the next section. This eliminated any need for knowledge in web design.

Does anyone know what the script is?
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