Run preflight Profile in document

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Hello friends, I would like to ask everyone's help to solve an issue. I created a verification profile for my documents in acrobat. Would you like to run it through some script, would that happen? Thank you for your help.

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JavaScript "Preflight" method executes the named profile. So you'll need to know the profile name to use it.

For this type of operation, which you'll probably want to apply to several documents, the best option is to either create a folder level automation script or just run it from the console window.

Since it a one liner the console window is a good choice for starting out. Here's a video tutorial on it.

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Here's an article on automation scripts:

Automating Acrobat can save you loads of time.

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Run preflight Profile in document

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Hello friends, I would like to ask everyone's help to solve an issue. I created a verification profile for my documents in acrobat. Would you like to run it through some script, would that happen? Thank you for your help.

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Correct answer by Thom Parker | Adobe Community Professional

JavaScript "Preflight" method executes the named profile. So you'll need to know the profile name to use it.

For this type of operation, which you'll probably want to apply to several documents, the best option is to either create a folder level automation script or just run it from the console window.

Since it a one liner the console window is a good choice for starting out. Here's a video tutorial on it.

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Here's an article on automation scripts:

Automating Acrobat can save you loads of time.

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You can use the preflight method of the Document object to do it.

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Here's the entry for the "Preflight" method in the Acrobat JavaScript Reference:

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As Thom goes, thanks for the reply, I'm getting used to the indesign script pattern. How can I insert this code into acrobat? Anyway thank you. The name of my verification profile is "CHECK CONDITIONAL". Thank you.

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JavaScript "Preflight" method executes the named profile. So you'll need to know the profile name to use it.

For this type of operation, which you'll probably want to apply to several documents, the best option is to either create a folder level automation script or just run it from the console window.

Since it a one liner the console window is a good choice for starting out. Here's a video tutorial on it.

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Here's an article on automation scripts:

Automating Acrobat can save you loads of time.

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Wow, Tom, thank you very much. Thank you for sharing your knowledge. Excuse my English, a hug from Brazil.

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