Batch crop allows you to adjust the crop margins on a batch of documents. Each document will be handled individually using the chosen settings during the batch process.
Crop box – the region to which the contents of the page are to be or cropped when displayed or printed.
Bleed box – the bounds to which the contents of the page should be clipped when output in a production environment.
Trim box – the intended dimensions of the finished page after trimming.
Art box – the extent of the page’s meaningful content (including potential white space) as intended by the document creator.
Units - Select the measurement unit for the crop margins in either Inches, Points, Centimeters, or Millimeters
Top - The distance of the margin from the top
Bottom - The distance of the margin from the bottom
Left - The distance of the margin from the left
Right - The distance of the margin from the right
Add Files - Displays a file chooser to add individual files to the list.
Add Folder - Displays a file chooser that adds the contents of a directory to the list.
- Removes the selected file(s) from the list.
- Moves the selected file(s) up the list.
- Moves the selected file(s) down the list.
- Moves the selected file(s) to the top of the list.
- Moves the selected file(s) to the bottom of the list.
Set Default Batch Directory - When checked, all files from the default batch directory will be added to the File List each time a batch dialog is opened.
Overwrite Source Files - This option will overwrite the original PDF file during the batch process. This option is not available for any conversion processes.
Note: This CAN NOT be undone. Make sure that you have all your settings correct prior to starting the batch process
Destination Folder - This option allows you to set a destination folder to place all of the processed files. You can type the destination manually or click on the "..." button to open a directory chooser to set the destination folder
Overwrite Files - When checked, if a file with the same name as the file being processed is located in the destination folder it will be overwritten with the newly processed PDF file. If this option is not checked, a number will be appended to the output file name, to avoid duplicate file names.
To set a password click in the password field or on the Edit button. Then enter the password you want to be used. Do this for up to four passwords to try on password protected PDFs during the batch process.
Note: The passwords entered here will only be used for this batch process and will not be stored anywhere else. Passwords will have to be entered for each new batch process.