You could script InDesign to export each page as individual PDF with specific export presets and labeled with correct page number.
But you could also use Acrobat Pro for this task (sorry for the certainly wrong translation of the Acrobat UI – I use a german version ...):
- Export the whole publication as 1 PDF file (pp. 1-190).
- Open it in Acrobat Pro and choose »Tools › Extract Pages«.
- Type 1 to 190 and check the box »extract pages as single pages«, choose the location where to extract to and acrobat automatically numbers your new PDFs sequentially from 1 to x. (Caution: it doesn’t take the correct page number, but numbers sequentially, so it is important to have a PDF from pp. 1-190 in the correct order.)
So with this (as mentioned – sorry for German ):
You’ll get this:
A sample script to achieve what you desire
var doc = app.activeDocument;
var pageCount = doc.pages.length;
var exportPath = "c:\\abc\\"; //Replace with the output folder path
var pdfPreset = app.pdfExportPresets.itemByName ("[Smallest File Size]") //Use the name pf pdf preset you want
var pr = app.pdfExportPreferences.pageRange
for(var i = 1; i <= pageCount; i ++)
app.pdfExportPreferences.pageRange = i.toString();
doc.exportFile(ExportFormat.PDF_TYPE, exportPath + i + ".pdf", false, pdfPreset)
app.pdfExportPreferences.pageRange = pr; //Restore the preferences