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convert many PPTX files into PDF files from the cmd line

New Here ,
May 31, 2020 May 31, 2020

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Dear community!

I want to convert many Power Point PPTX files into PDF filen on regular basis. 

Therefore I am looking for an automated solution which can start the conversion of the PPTX into PDF from the cmd line with a command. 

Do someone know which command shall be used to:

- start the Acrobat 

- to select the folder and the PPTX files 

- to point to the destination folder where the PDF files should be stored

 

Thank you very much for any hint and support

Best

Miro

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LEGEND , Jun 01, 2020 Jun 01, 2020

PS Acrobat is for personal use only. If you are looking for a multi-user or server solution, check out Adobe Experience Manager (AEM).  PPS: conversion is uncertain and sometimes does not meet expectations. Test carefully for usability before investing 5-6 figure sums in AEM!

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LEGEND ,
Jun 01, 2020 Jun 01, 2020

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Acrobat has no command line interface for this. The Acrobat SDK describes supported programmer interfaces. Don't know if PPT conversion has an interface.

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PS Acrobat is for personal use only. If you are looking for a multi-user or server solution, check out Adobe Experience Manager (AEM).  PPS: conversion is uncertain and sometimes does not meet expectations. Test carefully for usability before investing 5-6 figure sums in AEM!

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Thank you very much! I will have a look into AEM. 

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