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Printing Multiple PDFs with Adobe Acrobat 9.

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I have hundreds of pdf files in one directory.  How can I print multiple files, say 10 or 11 maybe more, without having to select the print button for each one?  And can this be done in Acrobat 9.

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Try selecting the multiple files you want to print in Windows Explorer, then right-click and select "print" from the menu. This should open them all up and print automatically in Acrobat.

Just don't try too many at once (more than 10) because it might hang up on you.

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Thank you
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