PDF-ShellTools

PDF-ShellTools 2.1

WindowsShell extension tools.Show/edit pdf documents metatags from Windows Shell
 
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PDF-ShellTools are Windows shell extensions to interact with pdf files directly from the Windows shell. This way we can do some interesting things to our pdf documents without the need to open them in Acrobat or another desktop pdf application. Right now, group these tools: PDF-InfoTip- Quickly display pdf files information in tooltips (the yellow balloons that pop up over a file) of your Windows Explorer, open and save dialogs and all other windows that use Windows shell each time you browse folder content. Shows Title, Subject, Author, Keywords, Creator, Producer, Creation Date, Modification Date and number of pages of the pdf file the mouse is over; PDF-InfoEdit-Is a property sheet shell extension for rapid consultation and edition of pdf metadata info fields. A shell file property sheet is a window that allows the user to view and edit the properties of a file. User sees them when he/she selects the Properties item of the file context menu, so three clicks from the pdf file in Explorer shows the pdf document information that you can change for your needs; PDF-Anonymizer-As the name indicate the anonymizer is used to clear all the metadata information. This way no one can trace back and know what tool was used to make the document, or document component, in what date, or whatever critical information may be present inside the guts of the pdf file. PDF-Split/Extract pages: To split pdf documents, with powerful split rules interpreter; PDF-Merge/Rearrange to merge pdf documents. Select a bunch of pdf files from Windows shell, specify the pages include rule per document, if not whole document is to be merged, and we get a new document created at warp speed;PDF-Stamp/Watermark - Used to stamp text, images and geometric shapes in pdf pages. Ideal to stamp company logo or information stamps like "Draft", "Confidential", "Copy"; in your pdf documents. Support object layering, transparency, templates and stamp rules interpreter to specify pages affected by the operation.

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