This solution worked for me in Windows 10, although it’s pretty cumbersome, given it should really be a standard feature!
I needed to find all files in a directory containing this text:
I used Sublime’s Find in files, then in the result file, selected all lines containing “C:\data_jeffy.”, I copied them and pasted them all into a new document. It resulted in a list of file paths (after eliminating the fluff, such as the colon and everything following the path… One example:
C:\data_jeffy\Dropbox\Dropbox_working_working\Tweet threads_CMTV resources\other\kids-story\kids-story.html
Then I changed each line to be the following:
“C:\applications\text\sublime_text_3\Sublime Text 3\sublime_text.exe” “C:\data_jeffy\Dropbox\Dropbox_working_working\Tweet threads_CMTV resources\other\kids-story\kids-story.html”
and finally, I saved the file as temp.bat on the desktop, and executed it via the windows command prompt.