I have a project - a brochure featuring a client's logo, and I would like to replace this logo with roughly 200 different ones I have saved as JPGs, and create individual PDFs addressed to each individual client, if that makes sense?
Would it be possible to automate this process?
The Data Merge tool is what you want. Window> Utilities> Data Merge. See this link and also search for YouTube videos.
I know about Data Merge, but I thought it only let you create merged documents. I need it to do this and save each multi-page brochure as a separate PDF file - Do you thnk that would be possible?
A script could possibly do that, or you could split the merged PDF in Acrobat- Tools> Organize pages> Split
Thanks, I guess I could split them manually in Acrobat. As I said, however, we're talking 200+ individual PDFs, so automating this would have really come in handy. Any idea where I could post about such a script?
I believe Acrobat's Split Pages tool will split all pages at once.
As for a script that includes Data merge and splitting the pages, you might ask a new question- "Is there a script that will produce individual PDF brochure files when using Data merge"?
I just checked and you're right - Acrobat will split my document into individual 4-page PDFs all at once. I think I'm just going to go with that.
Thanks for the help.