How to edit pdf creator information using Advanced PDF Tools Command Line


The pdf files possess several advantages. Firdt, pdf files are generally more compact (smaller in size) than the source document and they easily preserve the original formatting. You can open a pdf file, that was created using a Windows PC, on a Mac or a Linux machine and your document will still look the same everywhere. Secondly, unlike Word and other popular document formats, the contents of a pdf file cannot be modified easily.You can also prevent other users from printing a physical copy of your PDF document. Thirdly, the biggest advantage – you can view pdf files on almost any computer (or mobile phone) using the web browser or with the help of free software like Adobe Acrobat Reader. Obviously, you must fret with how to edit them,The offers you a short-cut to edit the creator information of your pdf files by using Advanced PDF Tools command line.

You are allowed to download 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



Now, input cmd  , suggested as the picture,and you get the following box


So far, you can input command line to edit creator information, it goes like

           pdftools -i "C:\input.pdf" -o "C:\output.pdf" -c "creator"


Where, test.pdf stand for the file you are going to change its creator, mike stands for the creator. So go and check, dose this function work? the  offers you a screenshot                                                             


Here the Application refer to creator in this test.pdf.  More articles  are  about how to edit pdf information via Advanced PDF Tools Command Line will be posted, hope for your visit and attention.

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