PDF-XChange Viewer v2.5x
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iii) PAGES inserts the total page count of the PDF document file in the export file name. This is often used in a "PAGE of
iv) File Name inserts the PDF document file name in the export file name.
v) Date (MM-DD-YYYY) inserts the current date in the export file name, in month-day-year order. If this is not appropriate,
the next three items allow you to tailor your own date format.
vi) Year inserts the four-digit year in the export file name.
vii) Month inserts the two-digit month in the export file name.
viii) Day inserts the two-digit day of the month in the export file name.
ix) Time (HH-MM-SS) inserts the current time in the export file name, in hour-minute-second order. If this is not appropriate,
the next three items allow you to tailor your own time format.
x) Hour inserts the two-digit hour in the export file name. Hour is from 0 (midnight) to 23 (11PM).
xi) Minute inserts the two-digit minute in the export file name.
xii) Second inserts the two-digit second in the export file name.
xiii) Auto Number inserts a counting number in the export file name. This is most useful when exporting multiple pages to
single-page image files.
e) Export Mode determines how multiple PDF document pages are placed into multi-page export image files. Valid choices are:
i) Save all pages to a single multi-paged image file. Self-explanatory.
ii) Save each page range to a separate multi paged image file. When Page Range is set to Pages, each comma-separated
range is placed in a different file.
iii) Save each page to a separate single paged image file. Each PDF document page is placed in a separate export image file.
3) Graphic defines the parameters for mapping the PDF document page to the export image file format.
a) Page zoom sets the zoom percentage of the PDF page that is exported to image file format.
b) Resolution is measured in dots-per-inch (DPI). The higher the resolution, the better the picture quality, but the larger the image
file will be. Default is 300 DPI which seems to be a good compromise in most situations.
c) Page Background determines the color of the unmapped PDF page areas ("background") in the output image file. You may
select the color from the dialog box by clicking the color button.
Once you have made the desired selections, click the Export... button to export the image(s), or Cancel to cancel the operation.
When you select Export... a progress screen of the export operation is displayed.
Form Data allows you to enter and retrieve data from Adobe Acrobat Forms.
Clicking this menu item opens a submenu of choices:
Import Data to Form...
Import Data to Form… allows you to import data from an Adobe
FDF file to an AcroForm.
N.B. A PDF AcroForm with matching field names as the form data FDF file must be the Active document for this to work.
When you select this option, the following dialog appears: