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The steps below demonstrate how to use the Filename Creator tab to create dynamic folders on the fly. This is accomplished by using the Separator file name part in conjunction with a Globally Unique Identifier (GUID) or the date/time of conversion.

Step by Step Instructions

1.Launch the PDF Image Printer Dashboard.

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2.Select "Edit & Create Profiles" to open Profile Manager.

3.Select "Add a profile" to create a personal profile, or create a copy of one of our system profiles.

4.Name the profile, add a description, and click Save.

5.On the Filename Creator tab, add the file name part for Separator.

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6.Then add either a Unique ID, Date, or Time.

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Unique ID - This will create a new output folder named using a Globally Unique Identifier (GUID) or a Job ID for each new output file.

Date - This will create a new output folder named using the date of conversion to contain output file(s). All output files created on the same day will be saved to the same output folder.

Time - This will create a new output folder named using the time of conversion to contain output file(s). All output files created within the same time period will be saved to the same output folder.

 

7.Click Save-Back, and close Profile Manager.

 

If you plan to use these settings regularly, you may wish to make this personal profile the default profile used by PDF Image Printer.

 

i.Select "Manage Printers" to open Printer Management.

i.Select the printer you wish to edit and use the Profile drop box to select your desired default profile.

ii.Select the Save icon to save changes.

iii.Select the Home icon to return to the Dashboard.

 

8.Close the Dashboard. Now when you print your document to PDF Image Printer, a dynamic output folder will be created on the fly named either using a GUID or with the date/time of conversion. The output file will be found in this new output folder.