Hi all! First of all, i hope this is the right forum for my question. It has been asked before, but not fully answered. My problem is combining multiple pdfs with adding a blank page only to the ones that contain odd numbers of pages, the ones with even numbers should be left alone. I need a fast and automatic way of doing this so i can save huge amounts of time when faced with massive numbers of files. If this simply cannot be done, is there a way of sorting all the files so that, from the whole group, only the ones with odd numbers of pages go to a specified folder? Like this isnt enough i have the same problem when converting, lest say, multiple word files into 1 pdf file using pdf factory.
Thanx in advance! also, any other way to go arround this problem is most welcome!
i do have acrobat x pro. can u please tell me how to apply to or insert that action into acrobat? i suppose that i have to copy paste the code lines somewhere in acrobat, but dont exactly know where and i would hate to mess something up.
this may seem like pushing my luck, but do u know what would be godly? if i could automatically rotate to 180 every second page only from landscape documents from a batch of many. is this possible?
i would like to add a question that to me is very much linked to the first one that i posted here. how can i automatically convert to pdf multiple files(mainly office-word, excel, powepoint etc) without being prompted to save for each of them and also without them being combined into a single file( i need them to remain separate, just converted to pdf)?
if u mean a blank action as an action with no commands, created from acrobat, it returns the "missing pdf maker files" message. even if it worked, it would take a lot of time at the rate im seeing when it tries to convert the first file( after that i get the error message). thinking 100+ files... anyway, did i understand correctly?
Yes, you understand correctly. That error means there's a problem with your
installation of Acrobat, and you should try to repair it.
As to the time it takes, there's nothing much that can be done about it,
except maybe play around with the conversion settings...
You could also use the File > Create > Batch Create Multiple Files command and this will save each Word file to individual PDF files. You'll still need to make sure that your PDFMaker Add-in for Word is properly installed.