1. Download the trial software
Visit the Nuance website at:
Click the "Free trial" button, fill out the short form, and submit it.
Download the trial software and install it.
2. Run the program and invoke the Bates Numbering/Stamping feature.
Run the program by clicking Start>All Programs>Nuance Power PDF Advanced>Power PDF Advanced.
Invoke the Bates Numbering/Stamping feature by clicking the Edit menu, then the Bates Numbering button on the ribbon. This shows the Add and Remove choices — click Add.
3. Add an entire folder of documents to be Bates Numbered/Stamped.
Click the Add Folders button and browse to the folder containing the PDF files to be Bates Numbered/Stamped.
4. Set the output options.
Click the Output button and set the output options, including the destination folder and the file naming rules.
5. Set the order of the documents to be Bates Numbered.
Select a document and then click the Move Up and/or Move Down buttons to place it in the order that you want.
You may also click the Remove button to delete it from the list and the Preview button to look at it.
6. Configure the Bates options in the Header and Footer.
Click the OK button to enter the main dialog box for configuring the Bates Numbering/Stamping options.
You may load a saved Scheme or manually set the font style/size/color and the margins.
Use the Macros drop-down to place all the Bates options in the Header and/or Footer.
7. Execute the Bates Numbering/Stamping.
After setting all the options in the Header/Footer, review the Preview section to make sure that the Bates options are to your satisfaction.
Click the OK button to initiate the Bates Numbering/Stamping process.
8. Open one (or more) of the PDF files and view the Bates Numbers/Stamps.
The Bates Numbering/Stamping process should complete with a dialog box that shows how many PDF files were successfully processed.
Open one (or more) of the PDF files to make sure that the Bates Numbers/Stamps were applied to your satisfaction.
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