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I want to automate the OCR process for Adobe Pro to OCR all the PDF's in a folder every night.  Any way to do this?
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http://blogs.adobe.com/buildwithacrobat//2008/11/batch_ocr_scanned_documents_in.html

To automate this, you either have to buy the LifeCycle product from Adobe, use a program like AutoIT or Eventghost and mimick user input, or use a more robust OCR engine with these features available.  

There is no way to easily automate the Batch OCR within Adobe Pro.
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