Modify Content or Macros on All Pages "Automatically"

Is there a way to change a specific piece of content on all pages in Confluence without having to go to each page, edit it, make the change, save, and then repeat hundreds of times? For example, say I wanted to add a div class to all the TOC macros in Confluence. Is there a way to edit them all at once with a script, for example, rather than editing each page?

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What I could think of is through database. However please bear in mind that this will cause database integrity issues if it is done poorly, please do backup your database if you want to proceed in doing this. The data should be inside BODYCONTENT table.

Hope it helps.

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