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BenC
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to print pdf with file name

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03-13-2007 04:40 AM
I have quite a lot of pdf files to be printed. Is there anyway to print these out with the file name ? I am using the Acrobat reader 8.
*Dean Saadallah
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Re: to print pdf with file name

03-13-2007 06:41 AM in reply to: BenC
No, the reader does not offer any writing abilities.

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Re: to print pdf with file name

03-13-2007 07:17 AM in reply to: BenC
Try publishing the drawings with the PostScript Level 1.pc3. In a separate file create a printer page setup that can be imported. (see my example named 24x36) The files will be dropped into your MyDocuments folder and will need to be renamed, but can be renamed easily. Then in Adobe use the distiller function to "watch a folder" and move the .EPS file into the IN folder of the watched folder. Adobe will automatically crunch the files into PDF's and place them into the OUT folder.

Hope this does the trick for you...
Brain
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BenC
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Re: to print pdf with file name

03-14-2007 04:40 AM in reply to: BenC
Thanks for the reply. I just want to printout pdf documents sent to me by others.
*Rodney McManamy
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Re: to print pdf with file name

03-14-2007 04:25 PM in reply to: BenC
You could try www.cadfx.com. I don't remember if their replot adds on a
text watermark or not for the filename.

Otherwise Oce, KIP's and Metarprint's software I'm pretty sure will add on a
text watermark for the name or not.

Otherwise our AcroPlot can add on a watermark and create a new PDF file for
you.

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Thanks for the reply. I just want to printout pdf documents sent to me by
others.
*ToniG
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Re: to print pdf with file name

03-16-2007 01:42 PM in reply to: BenC
You may try our comercial tool...ripx

With the new verison V3.00.25 (available in about 1 week)
you can with a simple command do batch conversion or printing........

RIPX C:\Dokuments\Archive\*.PDF
Laserjet8550 –isprinter –windrv –bpp=24 –pos=cc

print out all PDF files in a directory to a colors laser jet .
(It works with any windows device, up to A3! For large format plotters ripx
has own drivers......)

More informations on our homepage....

http://www.tgsoft.ch/English/products/rip-x.htm

Regards
Toni

schrieb im Newsbeitrag news:5517760@discussion.autodesk.com...
Thanks for the reply. I just want to printout pdf documents sent to me by
others.
*Terry Drewes
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Re: to print pdf with file name

03-27-2007 09:24 PM in reply to: BenC
A couple of ideas...

http://www.pdffactory.com/products/fineprint/index.html
http://support.adobe.com/devsup/devsup.nsf/docs/51412.htm
Acrobat Pro... Batch Routine

And others I'm sure... google search "batch print pdf"


Ciao!
~Terry

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