I have been searching the web trying to find an answer to this question, I am not sure what the proper term is called, but I refer to it as a 'coded pdf'. Hopefully someone knows what I am talking about and can help me find an answer!
The end product is a coded PDF that has the file name of all the images lableled on top the image. For example, a product brochure that has 500 images, all of them would be 'coded' with their file name, to find easy in source files. - Is this an export option in InDesign, or an option somewhere in Acrobat?
Thank you in advance for any help.
No, Melissa's asking for a filename that's searchable - text made of pixels is no use.
Acrobat cannot apply the original image filenames after the PDF has been created as it can't read the information from anywhere. You have two options, both in InDesign:
Thank you both for the replies, but neither was what I was looking for. In a response from Dave Merchant, I went looking through all of the menu options in InDesign and ended up looking in the scripts, where I found the LabelGraphic script that does exactly what I was looking for - now I just have to figure out how to get it to put the text box it generates middle center with the image instead of bottom center. Just a note, I don't see this script in CS5, but I found it on my machine that has CS4.
Again, thank you for the replies.
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