the subject is quite self-explanatory I think
I already tried that, with no success. I can create a batch action just to save the document, but I can't make it to repeat itself for every opened document.
1. Choose Save.
2. Repeat until done.
Well, that's what I'm trying to avoid.
Please stop assuming your one-line titles are enough. If you want help you need to provide more details, starting with what application you're referring to and on what OS.
I'm referring to Adobe Acrobat, I thought this forum was specific to this app.
Concerning the OS, I'm using Windows 10 Pro. Didn't think the OS was relevant to this, I'm sorry.
But thanks for the answer.
Still no idea of what you want to happen. Though I think we can make more sense of your post with some quotes:
how to "save as" multiple opened files in a folder?
if that's right,
- you want "save as" to be run for every open file, or just some of them?
- you want the "save as" dialog to appear for each file in turn, or you want to hide it and automate it?
- if you want to automate it, what would you want the name to be in each case?
Just imagine we are really bad at guessing.
The operating system is very relevant because not all versions of Micrososft Windows are supported anymore, and not all of those supported versions provide the same directory structure of the File Explorer shell environment; which in turn, depending on the Adobe Acrobat version (as well as its different version updates), it means that Acrobat will interact (or integrate) in the same way with every operating system.
In the same context, not all Acrobat users are Micrososft Windows users.
A great majority of Acrobat users have macOS.
Like Micrososft Windows, macOS has many many variants... Adobe Acrobat integrates differently on each version too (including bugs and fixes).
As far as how the "Save As" action works, Here's a good article that I posted for another user recently, and to also complement Test Screen Name's observations:
Please read the article and try to understand the technical concepts.
After you finish reading that article you may realize the complexity of what you're asking.
You need to explicitely be more thorough about the workflow that you're trying to achieve to get better assistance.