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automatically save pdfs to a folder rather than naming the file

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I use CutePDF to save my files in PDF to my desktop.  Each time, CutePDF asks me to name the file.  Is there a way for a PDF program to automatically save the files to a folder continually without having to manually name each?  Maybe the program can assign its own name?

The reason I am looking for this scenario is because I have another computer program that is rapidly saving around 900 documents to a folder.  I need something that will not require manually naming each document.

Any ideas?
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CutePDF is cool for simple usage
Go to PDFCreator : http://www.pdfforge.org/pdfcreator
It have the options you requested : http://www.pdfforge.org/content/auto-save-mode

If I remember, CutePDF will only allow you to autosave with the same name...

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