Adobe Reader DC - Print multiple files

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Jul 06, 2016 Jul 06, 2016

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Adobe Reader DC now allows the opening of multiple PDFs at a time. These then show in separate tabs.

However, there does not seem to be any way to print all of the tabs. You can only print one document at a time.

This functionality is available in Foxit Reader, but does not appear to be in Adobe Reader.

Can anybody assist?

Thanks

Craig

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Adobe Employee , Jul 06, 2016 Jul 06, 2016

Hi craigb6827520 ,

With Acrobat Reader DC it is not possible to print documents in batch.

Acrobat Reader DC is a free product with limited functionality.

You would need Acrobat DC to perform this task .Acrobat DC is a paid version .

Let us know if you need any further help .

Regards

Sarojini

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Adobe Employee ,
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Hi craigb6827520 ,

With Acrobat Reader DC it is not possible to print documents in batch.

Acrobat Reader DC is a free product with limited functionality.

You would need Acrobat DC to perform this task .Acrobat DC is a paid version .

Let us know if you need any further help .

Regards

Sarojini

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Dec 23, 2016 Dec 23, 2016

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How do you do this from Acrobat DC?  Basically, I need to print many files to one pdf file.  Amending the file each time without having to choose the file name or without having to rename each file then selecting all and merging to one file.  Does Acrobat DC have this capability with automating this process?  Thank you!

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Jun 12, 2021 Jun 12, 2021

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I'm using Reader to print multiple documents:

  1. Set Acrobat Reader as your default PDF app.
  2. Set the desired destination printer as the default printer.
  3. Put the PDFs you want to print in the same folder.
  4. In Windows File Explorer, highlight the files, right-click, and select Print.

The files are opened one by one in Reader and printed out. The order seems a bit random. Slow, but it works.

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