How to edit pdf producer information via Advanced PDF Tools Command Line

You may be obsessed with certain unchangeable producer information about your pdf files. Good news is coming, the edit assistant Advanced PDF Tools Command Line has already tailored for you. It offers you a wide range of functions to edit your pdf files or even add data to them, specifically speaking, with the help of  the Advanced PDF Tools Command Line , you not only can  edit pdf producer information, but also you can set open action, page layout, page size, page margin, page orientation and optimize for the web (linearize), compression and others into your existing PDF files as well.

The VeryPDF is going to show you how to edit producer information via Advanced PDF Tools Command Line.

First of all, download Advanced PDF Tools Command Line through the following link

http://www.verypdf.com/pdfinfoeditor/advanced_pdf_tools_cmd.zip

And then release this package to a folder you can find it easily. Once the preparation is done you can execute the functions mentioned above at your will by following the Advanced PDF Tools Command Line User Manual that can be found at help.pdf, where you will see (-p "Producer" : Set producer) and its relevant command line (pdftools -i "C:\input.pdf" -o "C:\output.pdf" -p "producer") . One  crucial point you have to bear in mind is that you have to launch the MS-DOS command prompt window. The steps are: follow the menu path, [start] –> [Run], and input “cmd”, so it will be propped up.

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and input the command line as descried in Advanced PDF Tools Command Line User Manual,

C:\Documents and Settings\admin>D:\advanced_pdf_tools_cmd_v3.0\pdftools.exe -i D
:\advanced_pdf_tools_cmd_v3.0\test.pdf -o D:\advanced_pdf_tools_cmd_v3.0\test.pdf -p "icarus"
D:\advanced_pdf_tools_cmd_v3.0\test.pdf ==> D:\advanced_pdf_tools_cmd_v3.0\test.pdf

and the screenshot is

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Hereby, test.pdf represents your target file, icarus, a  desired name as you wish.

More wonderful experiences on how to edit pdf files by using Advanced PDF Tools Command Line will be found at http://www.verypdf.com.

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