UPDF offers batch processing features and assists users in converting, combing, inserting, printing, and encrypting PDFs in a batch.
To execute the process, open UPDF on your Windows device and continue to the "Batch" button that appears when in the "Recent" section.
1. Batch Convert
For those who seek to convert multiple PDF files to different file formats, they can consider using the batch conversion feature offered by UPDF.
Click the "Batch" button. As a new window opens on the front, select "Convert" from the options to proceed next.
Step 1. Add Files
You will have to add some PDF files to the platform by clicking on the "Add Files" button. To add the pre-opened files on UPDF, click the "arrow-head" icon adjacent to the option and select "Add Open Files" to continue. If you have a complete folder, select the "Add Folders" option from the drop-down menu.
Step 2. Define Output Format
After adding the PDF files, set the file format under the "Output Format" drop-down menu.
Step 3. Set Layout Settings (Optional)
Continue to define the layout settings for your PDF files (This feature is only available for the Word and RTF formats). Select the option of "Retain Flowing Text" if you wish to recover the page layout, columns, formatting, graphics, and text flow. To retain the formatting, graphics, and text within the PDF files, select the "Retain Page Layout" option. You can recover the exact presentation of the PDF with the "Exact Reconstruction" option.
Step 4. Apply Conversion of PDF Files
Once you are done setting all options for conversion, click "Apply" to conclude the process. Set a location for the converted PDFs and click "Select Folder" once you are done specifying the location.
Other Settings of the Files
- Observe the File Location of a PDF
If you seek to check the specific settings of a PDF file within the Batch Convert feature, navigate to the specific file and click the "three-dotted" icon to open a menu. If you seek to observe the file location of the PDF, select "Show in Folder."
- Remove File From List:
To remove the file from the list, select "Remove File".
- Check the File Settings of a PDF
To review the settings of a particular file, click on "File Setting" to open a new window with all the file details.
- Clear the Complete List of PDFs
To clear out the complete list of PDF files, select the "Clear List" button at the top of the window.
2. Batch Combine
UPDF provides a comprehensive function of combining PDF or image files into a single PDF using its batch combine feature. Follow the guidelines below to know how to utilize it properly:
Step 1: Open UPDF on your computer and proceed to click the "Batch" button on the homepage. Continue to select "Combine" from the options to activate the "Batch Combine" feature.
Step 2: Use the "Add Files" button or the arrowhead alongside it to add files, opened files on UPDF, or folders.
Step 3: After adding the files, change their positions by drag and drop, if needed. Continue to click "Apply" to browse a location for your output file and execute the process by clicking "Save."
Note: For detailed introductions, please follow this guide on combing files in a batch.
3. Batch Insert
You can try inserting your required PDFs into a single file collectively with the help of the Batch Insert feature. Learn more on how it is done properly with UPDF:
Step 1: Open UPDF and continue to select the "Batch" button. Proceed to the next screen to select the "Insert" option from the list.
Step 2: Click the "Add Files" or the arrowhead to import the PDF files, opened files, or folders into the platform.
Step 3: To add a specific file across every imported PDF, continue to browse the file in the "Insert File" tab. Proceed to define its "Location" and hit "Apply" to make the required changes. Select a location where you want to save all the files and execute by clicking "Save."
Note: For more detailed instructions, please visit our batch insert user guide.
4. Batch Print
If you have a collection of PDF documents with you, UPDF offers a progressive tool in the form of batch printing.
As you launch UPDF on your Windows, continue to the "Batch" button in the "Recent" section. Once you find yourselves on a new screen, select "Print" for batch printing.
Step 1. Import Files to the Batch Printing Section
To add files within the platform, click the "Add Files" button and browse all documents that need printing. Secondly, you can also tap on the arrow icon adjacent to this option and select "Add Open Files" if you wish to import all files opened on UPDF. Use the "Add Folders" button if you wish to add a complete folder to UPDF.
Step 2. Settings for Batch Printing
- Set Printer for Printing
On the right panel, set the printer from which you wish to print all PDFs by selecting the appropriate option. Set the number of copies and define if you wish to "Collate" your PDFs or not.
- Define the Nature of Printing
Continuing with the settings, you can define if you want your PDF to "Print As Image" and "Print in grayscale (black and white)" with the available checkboxes. Turn on the "Reverse Pages" checkbox if you consider printing your PDFs in the opposite order.
- Set the Diversity of Printing
On the next drop-down menu, select whether you wish to print the complete "Document," "Comment," and "Form Fields" with the available checkboxes.
- Define the Size and Orientation for Batch Printing
Set the "Paper Size" from the available list and continue to define the "Orientation" as Portrait or Landscape.
Turn on the options of "Auto Rotate" or "Auto Center" if you wish to automatically set the dimensions and orientation of your PDF files.
- Page Sizing and Handling in Batch Printing
Continue to the "Page Sizing and Handling" option and select any particular option from the drop-down.
- If you select "Size" from the drop-down, set if you wish to have the document in "Fit" scale or "Actual Size." Define any "Custom Scale" if you have your own metrics. You can also activate the options of "Shrink oversized pages" and "Choose paper source by PDF page size" if you wish to automatically scale the PDF during printing. Turn on the option of "Print on both sides of paper" if you want a duplex print, and tap "Apply" to proceed.
- On selecting "Poster" from the drop-down menu, set a "Tile Scale" and "Overlap" by providing appropriate numbers. Turn on the "Labels" and "Cut Marks" options if you have to print a professional poster of your PDF file.
- If you consider selecting "Multiple," set the "Pages per Sheet" option and define the "Page Order" option from the available list. Continue with turning on the options of "Print page border" and "Print on both sides of paper" if needed. Continue to click "Apply" to print the PDF files.
- For those who want to print "Booklet," provide the right "Booklet Subset" option from the menu and set the "Binding" position as left or right. Continue to select "Apply" and print the PDF files as a booklet.
Check Files and Remove On Requirement
If you have added multiple files, navigate to any particular file and select the "three-dotted" icon adjacent to the file. You can select the "Show in Folder" option to access the source of the document. Conversely, you can also delete the file with the "Remove File" option and select the "File Setting" option if you want to observe the details of the file. Select the "Clear List" option to remove all files from the platform.
5. Batch Encrypt
For those who want to put an encryption or password on their PDF files to protect a complete set of documents, they can consider the batch encrypt option provided by UPDF.
Open UPDF on your Windows device and proceed to select the "Batch" option from the homepage. Continue to select the "Encrypt" option for accessing the Batch Encrypt feature.
Step 1. Import Files for Encryption
Click the "Add Files" button to import the PDF files that you wish to encrypt. Select the arrowhead icon and select the "Add Open Files" button if you seek to import PDFs that are already open on UPDF. Choose "Add Folders" if you want to add a complete folder for PDF encryption.
Step 2. Set Passwords on Batch Encryption
- Set Open Passwords
Select the "Open" tab on the right panel and define the "Document Open Password" for the PDF files.
Continue to "Confirm Document Open Password" and select "More Options" if you seek to specify the security parameters. Select "128-bit RC4," "128-bit AES," or "256-bit AES" according to your requirements. Click the "Apply" button to execute the process of batch encryption.
- Set Permissions Passwords
Conversely, you can select the "Permissions" tab on the same panel and provide a "Permissions Password" for your PDF file. Confirm the password under the provided option and click "More Options" to open more encryption settings.
Set if you want to allow printing under the "Printing Allowed" section and define if you offer the "Changes Allowed" option. Provide an "Encryption Level" from the available list of options and click "Apply" to conclude.