Watermark by Image, add Stamp using image file (bmp, jpg, gif, png, tiff, and wmf).
This processing method is available in AutoSplit Pro package only.
Automatic Generation of Page Labels By Text Search overview Use this operation to search each page in the PDF document for the selected or dvd player for computer custom page label style(s) and creating page labels if a matching text is found.
Page labels are used by Adobe Acrobat in the Thumbnails navigation panel and in the "current" page entry.Extracting File Attachments Extract All Embedded Files overview Extract all embedded files from one or more PDF documents simultaneously.This feature is useful when it is necessary to perform certain modifications to the output PDF documents such as insert a common cover page, add footer/header, add watermarks, apply security policies or save files into different folders based on user-specific logic.Custom file names can be combined with a name prefix and a base filename as well.Automatically password-protect output PDF files, merging Documents, merge multiple files (PDF, image, MS Word documents, and etc.) into a single PDF document.
Convert Images to PDF, convert images (bmp, jpg, gif, png, tiff, and wmf) into a PDF file with layout options.
Review auto-generated names before files are actually renamed.All application options can be saved into a file for future use.It is extracting text content from each page and comparing pages as text strings with options to ignore case and punctuation.Batch processing support is available in AutoSplit Pro package only.All popular email clients such as MS Outlook or Thunderbird do provide this functionality.For example, you can convert each chapter of the source PDF to a single PDF according to bookmark.Related Software overview If you are a legal professional and your main interest is in extracting or converting data from PDF Portfolios, then you should take a look at AutoPortfolio plug-in.Step-by-Step Tutorial: Splitting Documents By Bookmarks Split At Pages With Matching Text overview Split large PDF documents, containing groups of pages of variable lengths into separate files.