Batch TIFF Resizer 3
The Page Range feature allows you to
• Select the pages to be included in the processed ﬁles
• Change the sort order of the pages in the processed ﬁles
When you load the ﬁles into the File Listing, Batch TIFF Resizer will by default set
the Page Range to reﬂect the ﬁrst to the last page in the document. For example,
if your document has 20 pages, the Page Range will show up as 1-20 .
If you want to switch to order of the entire documents, you can set the Page
Range to 20-1 . In this case, the last page, page 20 will be the ﬁrst page of the
To extract speciﬁc page or pages, just enter the page number you want to keep in
the order you want to keep. You can separate the page numbers by commas such
as 1,4,20 .
• The Page Range deﬁnes which page would be included
in the conversation or extraction process. You can use
this option to determine which page and what order
you want the pages to be sorted in the processed ﬁle.
If this option is left blank, Batch TIFF Resizer will
include all pages as the page range in the ascending
This is the Document Title to be included in the Meta Data
Header for the supported formats."
This is the Document Subject to be added in the Meta
Data Header for the supported formats.
This is the Keywords ﬁelds which will be added to the
Meta Data Header for the supported formats.
In the CSV File, use the semi-colon ; to separate the
keywords for each ﬁle. The application will substitute it
with commas when embedding in the meta data.
In the application itself, use commas , to separate the
Since the CSV File uses commas to determine the di!erent
ﬁelds, using them in the keywords have result in
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