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Adobe Acrobat batch sequences

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Lady Cygnus

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I have 100 book pdfs that I need to extract chapters from (repeatedly) and I've made a perl script that will write the acrobat batch sequences for me (so they'll appear under Advanced > Document Processing > Batch Processing) and they run beautifully from there.

What I want to do is be able to automatically run them, preferably from a command prompt - that way I could tack them onto the end of my perl script. It would be one less step to forget/mess up/take up time.

Thanks in advance :)
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