PMID onto PDF using PDF XChange

writes FileName on PDF, prints whole folder

* Intended to support a traditional research document handling algorithm based on print-outs in physical folders, there is a need to write on a printed [[PDF]] where it is located on the own Computer file system, hence, to write on it fileName and filePath.
* Especially for documents in Medicine and the Life Sciences, users should name their files with the [[PubMed]] [[PMID article identification number]] when first downloading them.

Beyond assigning fileNames and a comment line, this Program
* prints out all PDF documents of a given folder
* prints out all PDF documents of a given folder at a maximum of 12pp each and only the first 4pp scout view if longer than 12pp.
* prints out single PDF documents on demand as full or ‘rest-of’ views.

This program does not print the first page, if the fileName ends with ,3,.pdf – so the more or less useful pages with metadata and advertisements, as often seen on highwire-hosted documents, can be omitted.

The program is freeware with sourcecode on request.

You need [[PDF-XChange Viewer]] installed at the default location on c:, because it does the real workload.

Program has a print-directory function, too, which is lacking in [[Windows 7]].

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Updated 13 September 2013
Requires Windows WinXP, Win7 x32, Win7 x64, Windows 8
Languages English
Categories Business
Utilities
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Price $0
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