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Topic: Is there a utility for scanning and renaming PDF Files?
Conf: (P-PDF) Acrobat 6.0, Msg: 135139
From: donl
Date: 6/23/2005 10:56 PM

We had a batch of PDF files created for us by a third party. There are about 7,000 of these files. The third party named the files with a sequential number, however this is not the naming convention that is required. Each file needs to be renamed to .pdf where is a string within the pdf file. Short of going back to the third party and asking them to recreate the documents, is there a command line utility available that could be used to scan each file for the string and then rename the file using this string value.


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