Automatic PDF Processor aims to help you speed up some of these actions by automatically extracting attachments and moving the PDF files to directories you choose, without you needing to actually complete any additional task.

Before you can start actively managing your documents, you need to take some time and set up some profiles that match your requirements.

When configuring a new profile, you need to assign it a relevant name and you can even choose a color that will make it easy to spot when examining the logs.

Depending on your necessities, you can create complex profiles, with multiple integrated tasks, or simple ones, with one a single action to be performed. Regardless of the profile type, you need to begin by adding items to the list of monitored folders.

You can copy, split or rename PDF files according to the rules you establish, as well as print the documents and configure some additional parameters: page range, auto-rotate pages, auto-center content, or size.

Moreover, you can move files that do not match your criteria to a certain directory, along with documents without any text.

You can also set Automatic PDF Processor to send notifications to a specified email address when a job has been completed successfully or if an error was triggered. Also, you can make sure the application only processes files on certain days and work schedules.

To sum things up, Automatic PDF Processor can help you save time you would otherwise need to spend by manually moving PDF documents to their correct folders, while also keeping you constantly updated on the jobs’ status by sending you regular email messages.



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