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Special keywords can be used as placeholders in the output file names, to be replaced with dynamic values during the execution.
A trivial example is prefixing each document with the page number, when splitting.
A reference to the current page number in the input document
[CURRENTPAGE###] will generate filesnames like 001.pdf, 002.pdf.
[CURRENTPAGE##] generates 01.pdf, 02.pdf, etc.
Ensures unique output filenames, being replaced with current date & time.
Ensures unique output filenames, replaced with a file number according to the output order
[FILENUMBER###] generates 001, 002
[FILENUMBER13] starts with the counter at 13, generating 13, 14, etc.
Does not ensure unique output filenames and it must be used together with other placeholders ensuring unique names.
It is replaced with original name of the input document, without the extension.
[CURRENTPAGE]_[BASENAME] would generate 1_input-file.pdf, 3_input-file.pdf, etc.
This pattern is replaced by current bookmark's name. Only applicable when splitting by bookmarks.
Same behavior as
[BOOKMARK_NAME] with the difference that non-alphanumberic characters are removed.
[CURRENTPAGE]-[BOOKMARK_NAME] would generate 1-Introduction.pdf, 4-Chapter 1.pdf, etc.
This pattern is applicable when splitting by text. It is replaced with the text found in the page area selected.
[CURRENTPAGE]-[TEXT] would generate 1-Invoice 3456789.pdf, 4-Invoice 234567.pdf, etc.
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