2 Replies Latest reply on Feb 26, 2014 1:28 PM by NoPrevaricator

    Running a batch sequence in Acrobat 11

    NoPrevaricator

      Hi All:

       

         I am running a batch sequence in Acrobat 11 on the Mac and as quickly and conciesly as I can, I want to outline the steps in the process:

       

      1.)  Select the batch sequence to be run.

      2.)  Select the files upon whic to run the batch sequence.

      3.)  Click Start.

      4.)  The text of the script appears on the screen, highlighted.

      5.)  Click OK to close the script editor and run the script on the first file.

      6.) The text of the script appears on the screen, highlighted.

      7.)  Click OK to close the script editor and run the script on the first file.

      8.) The text of the script appears on the screen, highlighted.

      9.)  Click OK to close the script editor and run the script on the first file.

      <continue the last two steps for each document you process>

       

      If the user has selected thirty documents to process in this sequence run, then she must see the script apear thirty times, and must press the OK button thirty times to actually run the script on the next Acrobat document.  Ditto for sixty and ninety documents.This is cumbersome and tedious not to mentionn dangerous to the script.  Im ny preactice run I accidently tapped teh spacebar and completely wiped the script!.  Is there any way to tell the program to skip displaying the script at the start of each cycle and just move on to the next job?