How to show pdf file information via Advanced PDF Tools Command Line

If have countless pdf files to sort out, what you should do?, open them one by one, oh, please not, come on, you need to know the whole general information, such as their tittles, author, publish press, etc., if you know them, you can sort then easily,making this task not  time-consuming any more . How can you achieve this, by using  Advanced PDF Tools Command Line, which allows you to see all the general information they show you.

Follow this link you will obtain this useful helper http://www.verypdf.com/pdfinfoeditor/advanced_pdf_tools_cmd.zip. In order to execute this function, you need to launch the MS-DOS command prompt window, step as follows:

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And then input cmd to the propped up box

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Next, you will get the following box

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Final step, you input your command line to run this function, and the line is

-r   The option -r is to show the detail information of selected PDF files, including file name, PDF version, security, file page count, title, author, etc.   pdftools -i "C:\input.pdf" –r  ,where the "C:\input.pdf" is the file's path name.

After completion, you will get you desire result

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Now, you will clearly see all kinds information  about the pdf file, title, subject, author, page mode, which will help you to sort them in terms of any category. additionally, you can resort to Advanced PDF Tools Command Line User Manual that you already downloaded Advanced PDF Tools Command Line

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