Batch adding footer reference number from xls or csv

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Sep 30, 2020 Sep 30, 2020

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Hi

Does anyone know how I might use an action in adobe pro to add a document specific footer (ie a reference number) to a folder of documents - based on an index (xls or CSV). So CSV could have filename and then reference and action would look at this to find the reference and then add it as a footer to the document, then move to the next document and repeat.

 

Any thoughts - or other ways to achieve this would be welcome!

 

Many thanks

 

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Sep 30, 2020 Sep 30, 2020

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Yes, this functionality can be scripted. But it's not trivial.

AFAIK ther is no off the shelf solution for this.    Contact me if you are interested in paying for a custom solution. Message me from this forum, or an use the contact info at www.pdfscripting.com  

Thom Parker - Software Developer at PDFScripting
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Many thanks for your response.

 

Unfortunately I don't have budget for a custom solution - but I have found a workaround by batch renaming the PDFs to the reference number and then using the publicly available "file name stamper" action. Not perfect but will do!

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