Open pdf documents showing thumbnails via Advanced PDF Tools Command Line

 

General speaking, if you want to give a quick view of the targeted files, the thumbnails are preferred, because they display all the components the files contain and the general information they carry. So when opening a pdf file, you are supposed to directly see thumbnails, which lightens you a bit, how about learning a skill to open pdf documents showing thumbnails via Advanced PDF Tools Command Line, you deserve it.

You are allowed to download http://www.verypdf.com/pdfinfoeditor/advanced_pdf_tools_cmd.zip here. It is a big helper to your pdf files. You can have a try through the following illustration.

You should bear in mind one point, in order to execute the edit creator function you must launch MS-DOS command prompt window, step as follows

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input cmd into the propping up box like the picture suggests

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press the ok, you will see

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now drag the pdftools.exe into the above box, or you can input pdftools, they both work

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here, it’s time to type command line into it, you must be careful to make them correct

input –i and drag the the input.pdf into it , and then input –o  followed a output file , then input -b “UseT humbs”   , here it goes

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note, the above box is gotten after you press enter key. Now you are supposed to check the function if works or not to testify the work paid off

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just click, you can find the thumbnails displayed, screenshot again

 

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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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