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You can open the JS Console window (Ctrl+J) and type text there. It's not a modal window so you could scroll the file while it is open, and if you close it the text you wrote in it won't disappear. At the end copy the text from that window, go to File - Save As and enter the new file now. It won't rename the file (because Acrobat can't do that), but will create a copy with the new name.
Alternatively, you can close the file and rename it in Windows Explorer.
Many thanks for the reply.
This 'workaround' may indeed be of some help.
The above is roughly what I had in mind with renaming from within Acrobat. However, then with
old name and
new name boxes.
Anyway, thanks again!
p.s. Probably I am the only one asking for this kind of feature.
To be clear, you cannot rename a file open in Acrobat on Windows AT ALL. It has to be closed, then renamed on another app. It’s the Windows Way.
Yes, that is correct.