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So far as I know, you can't execute a batch sequence that way. You'd
The closest thing is to call up the Batch Processing menu, like so:
But then you have to trust the user to run the batch on their own.
I appreciate your reply as well. Though, I would prefer to have the Menu Item launch my particular Batch Sequence. It's nice to know about this approach.
With that said, can anyone shed light on the availability of the different "app.exec" events?
sure to properly escape any quotes within the inner script).
Why did you want to run a batch sequence specifically?
Probably in order to execute the script on an entire folder (and sub-folders) at one time. Is there any way to do so beside using the Batch Processing menu? It's a real shame that Acrobat doesn't support the File and Folder objects like the CS(3/2/1) applications.
> Probably in order to execute the script on an entire folder (and sub-folders) at one time. Is there any way to do so beside using the Batch Processing menu?
You can write a program which controls Acrobat (IAC) and performs different actions on several documents.
WOW, that's very easy. I'll give this method a try.
My primary reason for running a batch sequence is simply so that I can access those I use on a daily basis under the customized menu. I would rather not recode them just so they are available from a different menu.