Summary serves to quickly orientate in a large number of PDF files.

An HTML summary with file names, number of pages and their dimensions is created.

User can choose to inspect Trim Box or Crop Box.

If a document contains pages of various dimensions, pages can be shown one after another in the original order or as ranges (e.g. 1-20,30-50 etc.)

Source files for Summary can be files currently open in Adobe Acrobat or a folder or a folder including subfolders.

if "Rename files" option is checked (not possible if source a files open in Adobe Acrobat) the file's dimension (width x height) is added at the beginning of the file's name.

After the Summary is created an information window is shown with hyperlink leading to Summary file.

3 tables are created in the Summary

    Table 1 shows individual files and contains
    • Home folder of the file
    • File name
    • Number of pages
    • Number of page if the pages are of various dimensions
    • Width
    • Height
    Table 2 shows overview of formats and contains
    • Format (sorted from the smallest to the largest)
    • Number of pages of the format
    • Total number of pages
    Table 3 shows files sorted according to formats and contains
    • Format. Files containing pages of various dimensions are put at the top of the table.
    • File name
    • Number of pages
    • Total number of pages of this format. However, pages of this format that are in files containing pages of various dimensions are not counted into this sum.

Files that are password protected or use UserUnit values other then 1 or are illegible are highlighted in Table 1.

Each table can be copied e.g. to Excel if more analysis is needed.

This is a sample Summary: summary-en.html.

Summary is part of PLDA but can also be bought separately. KAGI.

for Adobe Acrobat 8-12 (DC) and 2017

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10.5 - 10.10
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