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Topic: Operate Acrobat Professional using the command line.
Conf: (P-PDF) Acrobat 6.0, Msg: 119313
From: neuwie1
Date: 9/28/2004 07:12 AM

Hello,
i have a situation.

I have two files, file1.pdf and file2.pdf. I want to add file2.pdf at the end of file1.pdf. I do this usually with then GUI, this is not a problem.

But, i have to do this more than 40 times a day. And i want to do it using a batch file and a script containing the names of the files to add.

My question is clear: How do i operate Adobe Acrobat Professional using the commnad line?

Thanks, Fabio.


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